Reuters reports on a study:

"Surveys of married adults suggest that opposites attract when it comes to emotional reactions toward spending," Wharton's Scott Rick and Deborah Small and Northwestern's Eli Finkel said in the paper. They found that people who generally spend less than they would ideally like to spend, and those who spend more than they would like to tend to marry each other.

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