The marital relationship depends on participating in everything in life, even in making fateful decisions regarding the professional future of either of them, because this indicates many signs, including love and respect between the two parties, so when one of them tries to hide even a simple matter from the other, this may be evidence A new Swedish study recently claimed that an important sign of the strength of a love relationship confirmed that couples who have joint bank accounts are more likely to stay together because they don’t fight about money, according to the Daily Mail website. British.
Researchers at Stockholm University found that those who did not collect their financial profits and kept their financial resources separate from each other, were more likely to destroy their marital relationship, especially when they were going through financial crises.
The report pointed out that joint accounts have lost their popularity in recent years, as it was in the seventies of the last century, almost half of the couples in the United Kingdom were collecting their financial profits, in a joint bank account, but this is starting to decline to one in eight pairs today between couples in stages. My age ranges between the twenties or thirties.
On the other hand, it is believed that the decline in traditional marriage and the increase in the number of working mothers are behind the decrease in the joint financial bank account between spouses.
Through the new study, the researchers wanted to know how marital relationships affect joint or separate accounts, as previous studies have shown that disagreement over financial liquidity causes separation between spouses.
During the study, the Stockholm University team questioned nearly 10,000 men and women between the ages of 20 and 80, to see whether the strength of the marital relationship was linked to sharing one bank account or not. Marriage is stronger, especially between middle-aged and older couples.
In the report published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, the researchers said: “Having difficulty covering financial expenses can cause marital conflicts, where disagreements about financial affairs are more severe than other types of conflict and last for a long time.”