Modern Day Matchmaker: 10 Facts About Dating That Make You Go Hmm
Being married doesn't save you money.
I always thought marriage had the economic benefit of increasing your wealth, but that’s
I always thought marriage had the economic benefit of increasing your wealth, but that’s not so, according to Barbara Kiviat of Time magazine. She says the “conventional wisdom” is that sharing a mortgage and other big expenses lowers the cost of living, but “the economic benefit of marriage isn’t what it used to be.” Why? There are several factors, but the main reason for the narrowing married-single gap is that single women make a better living now.