Yiting Li is a M.A./Ph.D student from Department of Family Social Science at University of Minnesota. She has her B.A. degree in Applied Psychology in Qingdao University, and also got her B.A. degree in Psychology at University of Minnesota. Her research interests center on the intersection of intimate relationships (e.g., cohabitating/married couples) and financial management in Asian cultures. Her initial research regarding financial management was a project aimed at improving youth's financial knowledge and money management skills, helping them gain insights about how financial attitudes and behaviors could be working for or against them.