The reason they’re rich is because they don’t spend any of their money! There are plenty of people who have issues around money – including yours truly – but your multi-millionaire takes the very expensive wedding cake.As I’ve said before, many women don’t appreciate the difference between being cheap and being poor.

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There’s a fine line between a frugal man and a cheapskate.

Here are 15 signs that your dude is a penny-pincher. If the first date ends with him asking, “Dinner on you? If you both are out at a restaurant within your budget and he asks the waiter/waitress on multiple occasions how much something is. When you go out, he calculates the tab down to the penny and tells you your portion of the bill is $30.27 plus tip and tax. When you know he has enough money to pay for your cab, but he asks you to take public transportation instead. When he’s driving through a drive-thru and he orders himself something to eat and doesn’t even bother to ask you if you’d like something to eat.

I am, however, going to try to look at the other side – something that you may not have done yet.

So let’s recap: you love him, he’s a good person, he’s super-wealthy, you have a lot in common, you have a great time together, he’s happy to be with you, and you’re engaged to be married in December. But there’s this one thing – this big thing – you don’t get out of him. Yet he probably pays for the bulk of the house, car payments, medical payments, vacations, etc. The only thing he doesn’t want to pay for is money – together.

But if you’ve been seeing him for 4 ½ years, I suspect you knew about this trait all along, but dealt with it as just one compromise you had to make in the relationship. “He USED to throw me $10,000 birthday parties, but now he only has the Pizza Hut staff put a candle in my calzone!

” I’m not going to defend his penurious ways, and I’m not going to suggest that you don’t have the right to be frustrated.

Pick up picnic basket fare from your favorite deli, throw in a decent bottle of wine, and spread out a blanket on a spot with a view.

If the weather is no good for a picnic, order takeout and serve it on your best dishes, with candlelight and flowers to set the mood.

He is a good person and we have a great time together and I enjoy his company/companionship. We have a lot in common, but I feel we have some major core differences. He is wealthy and I think this has affected his outlook on money.

I am very generous with a big heart, but I find that I am always disappointed.

He won’t pay for parking, so you walk half a mile to the restaurant.