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How Should Couples Merge Their Finances While Still Maintaining Financial Independence?

Kiplinger has launched a new feature in which you are the expert. Each month we will ask a new question and invite you to weigh in with an answer. Share your answer to this month's question -- How can a dual-income couple merge their finances while still maintaining financial independence? -- in the comments section below. (To comment, log in or create an account with Disqus, or participate as a guest by creating a username and providing your email address.) We will select answers to appear in an upcoming issue of the magazine, but we will contact you before we publish your answer. Thanks!

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