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The secret to financial harmony in marriage

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Question: My husband prides himself on being very logical. I admit that I am much more impulsive and emotional. We get into our worst arguments when we try to buy something major, like a car. I just want to find one I like and be done with. He wants to analyze it to death. He can never make a decision. Help.
 
Answer: You say, “Make a decision.” He says, “I don’t want to make a mistake.”

You say, “I feel good about this one.” He says, “When I finish my spreadsheet comparison, we’ll know the best one to buy.”

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