>>16859291 Not at all. You should keep your finances separate anyway, until you're comfortable with each other. It wasn't until after 11 years that my husband and I decided to get a joint account. Just didn't see a reason to, up until that point.
But back to the topic at hand. If you're just looking for sex, then flaunt it. But if you're looking for someone worthwhile, you'll have an easier time distinguishing who's serious about you and who isn't if they're kept in the dark for a while.
my boyfriend knows what my job is and i know what his job is but he doesn't know how much i make and vice versa. we've never been in a situation where it mattered. unless you two are planning something big together or your relationship is getting serious, finances don't really need to be discussed
>>16859291 Yes and no. It depends on what level of wealth you're talking about.
If you've got more than 6 figures, it's best not to bring it up in conversation. If you've got less than that, then you may want to talk about it. Just make sure you have a job to go along with all that cash, otherwise you're going to scream trust fund baby
>>16859389 Same here. This would only matternif we get married and need to do taxes together. I have NO clue how much he makes. I know it can't be minimum wage (he's an engineer) but i know he has similar spending habits as i do and he also rather spends his paycheck on traveling than on a fancy car. I really like that.
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