February is "Love and Money Month" for the National Financial Educators Council and an opportunity to learn how much people know about sharing financial information with their loved ones. Americans talk with spouses, partners, parents, colleagues, and children about their salaries and finances at different times, which has implications for those relationships. Take the quiz to learn more about how and when people should share money information.
Source: National Financial Educators Council
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