Why Men Have Little Chance of Marrying Into Wealth
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Why Men Have Little Chance of Marrying Into Wealth

Why Men Have Little Chance of Marrying Into Wealth
Rich tales: why men have little chance of marrying into wealth When it comes down to it, it seems fair to say that women cash in more via marriage/divorce than do men. Just take model Erica Baxter, who by cutting off ties with James Parker now enjoys a fortune of $40 million… and is expected to inflate when the settlement comes through. Or take Slavica Ecclestone, who topped the “richest divorcees” list when she was given $1.2 billion in 2009 for her divorce from Bernie Ecclestone, the famous formula one boss. Finally, we can take a look at  Irina Malandina who cut her marriage off with $199 million back in 2007 after saying adieu to her former husband Roman Abramovich, claimed to be one of the richest men in the world. That being said, it seems that only women reap the benefits of divorce. According to a new survey conducted by the matchmaking site MillionaireMatch.com, the chances of marrying into wealth are far greater for women than for men. MillionaireMatch.com’s  marketing manager Darren Shuster admitted to surprise when the findings came out. “We were very surprised to learn that the great majority of our male millionaire members sought non-millionaires,” he said. “It seems that the financially independent men want to share their wealth with those less fortunate.” According to the survey, the interviewed millionaire men preferred to share their wealth with non-millionaire women because dating a millionaire woman might be looking for trouble, since millionaire women were commonly known to be “bossy” or “middle-aged”. Female millionaires reacted, saying that they favoured staying on top of their personal finances and that dating a non-millionaire might lead to sharing funds that would slither away. Only 17.4% of male millionaires said they would “insist on a pre-nuptial agreement” if they would marry, compared to 82.3% of women who would put their foot down and demand a pre-nuptial agreement.  
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