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Talking about money with your partner is easier than it seems. In fact, the hardest part is usually just getting started. That's where we come in.

Talk Money To Me is an interactive card game that helps couples break the ice on important money topics. Because just like all aspects of a healthy relationship, the better you understand each other, the better things get. Let's get comfortable talking about money.

Play Talk Money To Me today.

Grab your partner, get cozy on the couch and make your way through the card categories below.

We surveyed Canadians1 and found out 97% believe transparency and open conversations about finances are fundamental for a successful relationship. However, financial dishonesty and shame are preventing many couples from breaking the ice. Talk Money To Me can help.


of Canadians say certain financial topics or issues, such as risky financial behaviors, would lead them to consider ending a relationship.



of Canadians confess to financial dishonesty, most commonly hiding purchases or money and the full amount they spent from their partner.



of Canadians say they feel embarrassed or ashamed of their financials.



of Canadians don't know the exact amount of their partners personal debt.

Talk Money To Me online.

We’ve broken the cards down into four different categories, each one getting a little more specific, and intimate, than the last. This way you can dip your toe into the conversation first, rather than diving into the deep end.

See the difference a real financial partner makes.
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1. The findings are based on a survey conducted between January 10 to 13, 2023 among a representative sample of 1,549 Canadian adults who are members of the Angus Reid Forum. The survey was conducted in English and French. The precision of Angus Reid Forum online polls is measured using a credibility interval. For comparison purposes only, the sample plan would carry a margin of error +/- 2.5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20. Discrepancies in or between totals are due to rounding.