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financial habits to avoid

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Women do pay attention to how you earn and spend money, but it may not be in the ways that you’d expect. Sure, you have your bad eggs—your gold diggers who just want you to have a lot of money and spend a lot of it on them. But when it comes to solid, loyal women—women who want to build a future with you and not just drain your bank account—they look at more specific, big picture things. Not to mention, any woman who is just honest and compassionate will have some expectations around how you handle money. It would be nice to say that money doesn’t say anything about a person but it does. How you manage money and what you do to earn it says a lot about your personality and values. How you share it and hoard it does, too. Here are financial habits that are a huge turn off for women.


Not tipping

Not tipping at all will ensure you never get another date, and even being a low tipper is really embarrassing for you date. I mean really, if dinner is $50, then being a generous versus a stingy tipper will just cost you another $10 or $15. Are you willing to look cheap over that?

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