By Tim Kowols
Even though money is one of the leading causes of divorce in the country and a sore subject between friends and family, having the conversation to meet with a financial counselor is often a tough one. Employers, parents of adult children, and married couples are among the wide variety of groups looking out for a second party, but do not know how to get on the same page with them. Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors says it might be easier to come in together than it is to just ask them to sit down with a financial counselor.
Pustaver says education is a good way to bring comfort to those unsure if they need the counseling, but the first step is to come in and have that conversation. You can listen to the entire Money Management Monday interview with Gay Pustaver online with this story.