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You share a marriage — but do you share financial secrets? - Financial Times

Financial TimesYou share a marriage — but do you share financial secrets?Financial TimesBut look at the way the UK treats the married and the unmarried and while you might not use the word “oppression” you might think, that when it comes to money at least, he has a point. Tie the knot in the UK and your path to ... Who has a pension and ...17-02-2017

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You share a marriage — but do you share financial secrets?
Financial Times
But look at the way the UK treats the married and the unmarried and while you might not use the word “oppression” you might think, that when it comes to money at least, he has a point. Tie the knot in the UK and your path to ... Who has a pension and ...

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