Should couples have a shared bank account?

Should couples have a shared bank account?

To share, or not to share? That’s the question couples ask when it comes to bank accounts.

“Among US couples who are married, in a civil partnership or living together, 43% have joint bank accounts,” Bankrate reported. Meanwhile, “many couples (34%) have a combination of joint and separate bank accounts, while 23% have completely separate accounts.”

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