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The decision to marriage with a significant other can have economic and personal implications.
Marrying in today's economy might be one of the best ways to insulate yourself against an increasingly unforgiving financial environment
The percentage of American adults living with a spouse has declined significantly over recent decades, from 66% all the way down last year at 50%
But this could change as prices for big ticket items like houses continue getting sky high due 40 years' worth economic stability
which also brought about higher inflation rates than ever before seen by Americans themselves!
The financial gap between married and single people has grown more than ever in recent years, with couples aged 24 to 35 being able maintain net worths as high nine times higher.
The Wall Street Journal reports this based on data from the Federal Reserve which shows that while overall household wealth increased by almost five percent last year alone
disposable income crossed over into a new decade for many bachelorads: it grew faster amongst those who weren't bound by vows or else had recently gotten hitched—6%
One of the reasons behind this widening gap is that Americans are getting married later in life, when they have higher combined net incomes and less debt than single or unwedded households
The decline in marriage rates for middle-class earners was more than twice the amount compared to higher income levels, according a recent study by Brookings.