The Which? Money Podcast is exploring how couples handle joint finances at different stages of a relationship. Do you have a story to tell?
Managing money can be difficult enough when it’s just you in the picture. But if you share money with someone else, all hell could break loose if you’re not careful.
A survey from Netwealth found that younger women are far less likely to have joint accounts or shared savings with their partners than older generations. The key reason given for this was financial independence.
Do you fit in with this trend, or would you rather pool your money with your loved one?
Tell us your story
In the lead-up to Valentine’s Day, we want to know how couples at all stages of relationships handle finances together.
💷 What are your tips and tricks for managing money with a partner, relative, or someone very close to you?
💷 Do you set clear guidelines on who picks up the bill on dates?
💷 Have you had the joint bank account chat?
💷 Is it all 50/50 or have you got a unique system that works for you?
The Which? Money Podcast
On the next episode of the Which? Money podcast, we’ll be exploring money and relationships. You might hear your story featured there.
Let us know in the comments if you’d like to get involved.