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New surveys conducted by Askmen.com and Cosmopolitan reveal some surprising differences in men and women’s attitudes about money.

According to the surveys, more women than men believe women put too much value on a man’s finances. A large majority of men have a plan for retirement as compared to their female counterparts. While most men and women are okay with partners who make more than them.

Another interesting finding is what men and women believe are the ultimate status symbols. Fourty-three percent of women believe a beautiful home is the ultimate status symbol. While men ranked family as their first choice.

Read more at The Root.

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