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By Angelique Ruzicka For Thisismoney. This is according to research from Fidelity International, which found over a quarter of women 28 per cent would rather voice sexual dissatisfaction with their partner, than discuss their financial situation with their loved one.
It also revealed that almost a third of women 29 per cent would rather disclose their full dating history rather than financial history. According to a report by Fidelity International women would rather highlight their partner's poor sexual performance than talk openly about money and their future investments. Generally, women find it hard to talk about money problems. When asked 16 per cent said that talking about money concerns was their 'no-go' topic. Overall, money was the fourth taboo topic identified by women ahead of politics 15 per cent and just behind sex 27 per cent , their dating history 21 per cent and religion 16 per cent.
Emma-Lou Montgomery, associate director at Fidelity International, relays how important it is to be open about our finances. Emma-Lou Montgomery, associate director of Fidelity International says that organising "money dates" is one way to get the conversation about finances started.
Even more positive financial topics were a struggle for women to talk about. For instance, long-term savings was also an out-of-bounds topic for many with 12 per cent of women finding it difficult to discuss future investment plans with their partner.
This is because there is still a gender gap in earnings. The gender pay gap is driven by many factors including under representation of women in the workforce as well as familial responsibilities which women, on the whole, generally still juggle the most.