A new Bankrate survey found that nearly 4 in 10 adults say knowing someone's credit score would affect their willingness to date that person.It's a more important factor for women: Forty-three percent of women say learning a person's score would have either a major or minor impact on their dating interest, while just 32 percent of men say the same, according to the latest Bankrate Money Pulse survey.Magnify Money is an advertising-supported comparison service which receives compensation from some of the financial providers whose offers appear on our site.This compensation from our advertising partners may impact how and where products appear on the site (including for example, the order in which they appear).Carbonaro is a New York City-based certified financial planner and author of "The Money Queen's Guide: For Women Who Want to Build Wealth and Banish Fear.""When you're getting together with somebody -- married or sharing bills -- you're not only combining lives, you're combining finances," Carbonaro says."You have to sit down and show each other everything."FREE TOOL: Check your credit score for free today with my Bankrate.If you have a credit card, your financial institution has likely mailed you checks for cash advance purposes.
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When you ask someone to disclose their credit score, what you're really trying to learn is how they manage their money, says Pam Friedman, certified financial planner and partner in Silicon Hills Wealth Management in Austin, Texas.