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RESEARCH suggests 18 to 25-yearolds are nearly twice as likely to fall out with friends over money compared with people generally.

Mobile payments service Paym found 22% of people in this age group had a spat with friends for this reason, compared with 12% of all age groups. Here are some tips from Paym to avoid financial fall-outs: | AGREE how you will split household bills. Decide if you're splitting these evenly each time by paying for yourselves. If you're taking it in turns make sure you're keeping track of whose turn it is.

| BEFORE heading on a night out, make sure you're all on the same page in terms of how you'll be splitting the cost, a kitty or just drinks for yourself? | CONTRARY to what many people feel when they've loaned money, Paym's research found reminding the other person doesn't usually have a negative impact on the relationship. Many people surveyed actually wanted to be reminded so they didn't forget.


Tight budgets can lead to rows

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 8, 2016
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