People struggling with loan claims and credit card charges could find their love life takes a hit as well as their finances.Research from MoneySupermarket.com found 38 per cent of Brits would allow the monetary situation of their partner to determine whether or not they would stay in the relationship.Furthermore, while 45 per cent of women said this issue would influence whether or not they stayed with someone, only 30 per cent of men did.While 38 per cent of respondents said they would reconsider dating someone who is seriously in debt, only 30 per cent claimed they would be interested by the amount of savings they had.A total of 63 per cent of the people polled said they would not want to have a partner who is unreliable with money."It seems being sensible with finances, having a secure job and a good grasp of money may improve your chances of finding Mr or Miss Right," MoneySupermarket.com head of banking Kevin Mountford declared.Samantha Clarke Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking.
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