Setting up a joint bank account to cover shared expenses is a pretty standard move for most couples, but things start to get a little dicey when credit cards join the mix.”Many consumers are confused about what happens to their credit when they get married,” says Ken Lin, CEO of Credit Karma.
Lin and his team have honed in some of the most widely-held myths about linking credit accounts.
Whether you’re married or simply considering consolidating your finances with your partner, you’ll definitely want to consider these points:
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