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The Impact Of Financial Attitudes And Knowledge On Financial Management And Satisfaction Of Recently Married Individuals

  title={The Impact Of Financial Attitudes And Knowledge On Financial Management And Satisfaction Of Recently Married Individuals},
  author={Jodi L. Parrotta and P. Johnson},
Using a financial management model derived from the Deacon and Firebaugh Family Resource Management Model, this study examined the impact of financial attitudes and knowledge on financial management and satisfaction with financial status in a sample of 194 recently married individuals. Higher income and positive attitudes about finances, but not the amount of financial knowledge, predicted use of recommended financial management practices. Financial knowledge did not moderate the relationship… Expand

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