*The % of adults who are married declined between 1970 and 2009, from 72% to 62% for women and from 84% to 66% for men. Source
*As the economy has slowed down, so has the number of marriages. 51% of all Americans that are at least 18 years old are currently married. In 1960, 72% of U.S. adults were married.
*Arguments about money are one of the best predictors of divorce,
according to a 2009 study of 2,800 couples.
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