There were more than 8 million unmarried couple households in 2015, representing a 162 percent increase from a few decades ago More than 3 million of these households have children. And to think, until recently, it was against the law for unmarried (opposite sex) couples to live together in the state of Florida, reports Heidi Glenn.

But as more and more couples choose to live together without marrying, the old rules about finances no longer fit the “modern family” arrangements. And couples need to prepare differently for the future.

Read more at NPR




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