Once you calculate dinners, movies, drinks, and gifts, the price of dating can really add up.
One survey found that singles spent an average of $1,500 on dates in 2016. So, who’s picking up the tab?
As the age of first marriages for Americans continues to rise — 27 for women, 29 for men — it
would make sense that financial health is yet another trait that singles take seriously when dating.
Life and Money by Citi teamed up with Vox to ask several singles to share how money affects not just their first or third date, but their long-term visions for their future partners.
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