One in seven couples over 40 have never talked about money

One in seven couples aged over 40 have never talked about money fearing rows, embarrassment and awkwardness | UPDATED: 07:41 GMT, 30 November 2012 As many as one in seven British couples over the age of 40 admit they have never discussed their finances with each other, a new survey has found. Fears of sparking an argument, embarrassment and awkwardness are the main reasons why men and women in relationships shy away from talking about money with their partners, researchers said