A survey of high earning couples by Lloyds TSB Premier Banking has found that most have joint accounts and do not want a "pre-nup" when they marry.
Despite high profile celebrity break-ups and an increase in divorce, wealthy couples seem to have a traditional attitude to money when married.
The survey of Lloyds TSB Premier Banking customers, who have a combined income of more than £80,000, found a traditional but practical approach to money.
Two in three use joint current accounts and just 15 per cent said they would consider asking for a pre-nuptial agreement.
"Rich Brits are abandoning financial coyness in favour of the convenience of shared finances such as joint accounts," said Mark Cheshire, director of Lloyds TSB Premier Banking.To find out more about bank accounts, click here.
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