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What does having joint vs. separate bank accounts say about your relationship?

In homes across the country, old couples and young couples, rich couples and poor couples are arguing about money.

How they're spending their money, how they're earning the money and how well they're saving the money.

About a third of couples - even the happiest ones - argue about finances at least once a month, and 73 percent say they have money management styles that are different from their partners, according to a 2016 study of couples between the

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