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Why more married millennials are keeping their finances separate


Marriage is often thought of as a partnership, one that traditionally extends to the consolidation of a couple’s finances. These days, though, millennials are keeping their finances separate from their spouses at twice the rate of Generation Xers and baby boomers.

“For me, it’s a sense of independence,” Taylor Hall, a recently married business development associate from Washington, D.C., said when asked about her decision to keep some finances separate from her husband. “It has a lot to do with women finding a sense of independence in the last 10-20 years. Women are out here having the same situations as men, and we’re all at work. It’s very rare that you find a…


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