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  • Fewer women open shared account with their partners
  • Fewer women open shared account with their partners
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Fewer women open shared account with their partners

Shared bank accounts were once a marker of a solid relationship, but almost one-third of British women have opted against sharing financial assets with their partners. As gender dynamics continue to evolve, women are increasingly taking their finances into their own hands.

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