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2 in 5 have ended a relationship due to a bad financial decision

40% of Americans admit to ending a relationship because of a bad financial decision.

According to a survey conducted by SurePayroll by Paychex and OnePoll of 2,000 adults, 46% said they are looking for someone who is decisive when considering a relationship.

When it comes to big financial decisions, many respondents trust themselves to make the right decision, such as researching online (55%) or making pros and cons lists (55%).

Most respondents said they would want to be 100% sure before making a major purchase, such as a home (60%).

This requires more certainty than the decision to get married or divorced (57%), start a family (44%), change jobs (48%) or move (40%).

Surprisingly, two in five respondents said they would leave an important decision to chance (40%).

On average, Americans take six hours before making an important decision.

Some of the important decisions that people have made are moving to a new place (41%) or investing a large sum of money (15%).

Of the important decisions to consider, respondents said starting a business (21%) and investing (22%) would take the most time to deliberate

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