1.Over half of all wives are now in the labor force.
2.One's sense of identity is based largely on what is done in the workplace.
3.Monetary dissatisfaction is often higher for families earning $50,000 a year than for families earning $25,000.
4.Singles do better financially than married couples.
5.Going through bankruptcy procedures seems to help people become more prudent.
6.Investment debt is lower-priced money used to buy consumable goods.
7.Mortgage is based on simple interest.
8.Thrift and saving have gradually replaced buying and spending.
9.Half of all married couples consider money their number one area of conflict.
10.Economic contentment is closely related to one’s economic level.