Next time someone says they would rather marry for love, they might be full of it. A new study shows that 56% of people say that marrying someone who "provides financial security" is more important than marrying someone because they are "head over heels" in love.

And it's not just one sex that says this. For men it was 54% and for women it was 57%.

What's funny is that even though that the majority say it's more important to marry for money than love, it's a subject that doesn't get talked about.

People would rather meet someone's parents, travel together, have sex for the first time or discuss politics before they ask about the other person's spending habits and debt.

The problem is that if the money not there, the relationship goes bye-bye. At least with love, the relationship is always there no matter what.

Check out the story from Marketwatch