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“Everybody has their preferences and biases—whether it’s blond hair or brown hair—and finances should be no different.” Frankel is in the business of helping people find love online (and offline), a job inspired by her personal experience: She and her husband, 42, met on JDate in 2011.
Wallach says he gave “zero consideration” to potential mates’ incomes—except when he saw they were higher than his.Gina Stewart, an online dating coach with Expert Online Dating.com, says that my salary shame is unfounded.“Most men don’t seem to care quite as much about what a woman makes as much as women care what men make,” says Stewart.Amanda Clayman, a New York–based financial therapist, has a similar perspective to mine: She doesn’t believe that you should include your income in your dating profile.
“It just seems like a very private piece of information to make available to people who you don’t know,” she says.(Stats on interactions between same-sex online daters are harder to come by.) RELATED: 8 Financial Red Flags in a Relationship For some, ruling out possible matches based on their income means being realistic, not superficial.