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Now, we're bombarded with so many financial choices that even something as simple as picking a credit card can make your head spin. But it's true: Men and women do handle finances differently. For men, I think there is societal pressure to "man-up" around this subject.
A lot of that has to do with the nature of our country.
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The emotion I see most when I'm out talking about the book is shame.
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And of course, remember to explicitly cancel the service after the free trial period is over unless you really to want to continue and pay.At a minimum, make sure you know what you’re doing and read the fine print.Manisha Thakor, above, co-authored "Get Financially Naked: How To Talk Money With Your Honey." In the book, she and co-author Sharon Kedar advocate opening a conversation about money -- even if it's difficult. Credit Cards.com: First off, snaps on the title of your book. (chuckles) We had to get people's attention, because it wasn't a topic that they innately want to discuss.When in doubt, always assume anything that says free but requires a credit card is a scam.Nonetheless, there are some semi-legitimate scenarios where giving your credit card information is the right thing to do.America is about the American dream, about rugged individualism, and if you aren't able to make the most of your situation, you're not living the American dream so you're a failure.That's opposed to other societies where other elements of your identity come into play, like your family's history, your roots.If you’re required to give a credit card it’s also a good sign that what you’re signing up for perhaps isn’t free forever.If you think the offer might be legit, read all of the information on the screen carefully.Manisha Thakor: Society doesn't encourage us to consider financial responsibility as one of the elements that we evaluate or incorporate in a relationship. Credit Cards.com: It does seem like kind of a buzz kill.When you meet someone special, it is very socially acceptable for your friends to ask you, are you emotionally compatible, physically compatible, intellectually compatible? Manisha Thakor: Well, we do say if you're ready to take your clothes off, it's time to strip down financially.