Wedding present

Greenwood, John
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p37
In this article the author presents his views on getting married as one way to gain more financial benefits. He emphasizes that when it comes to state pensions in Great Britain, it is more preferable to get married. He states that entering a civil partnership can make a big difference to one's income and savings. He also mentions that suggesting people to get married is not a business of the government but just to clarify the financial consequences of not doing so.


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