For both long-term couples and newlyweds, there has been an unending debate around whether consolidating their finances is ultimately a good move or not. Certainly, this is a very complex issue involving various factors and preferences that are emotional and practical, neither of which can be disregarded as "unimportant."
While sharing a credit card could be seen both as a nice gesture, it could also be regarded as the first step onto a slippery slope.
In terms of emotional aspects of combining two people's finances, we have nothing to add to the discourse; each couple must decide what works for them.
However, we have found some practical arguments both for and against sharing a credit card account with your partner.
BENEFITS OF SHARING A CREDIT CARD
Overall, there are 3 clear reasons why sharing a credit card could be a good economic move for couples.