How long should you wait before moving in together?
Well, most couples (37 percent) move in together after they've been in a relationship for six months to a year, according to a 2015 study by Rent.com. That said, it's hard to pinpoint an ideal timeline that applies to everyone — after all, each relationship is entirely unique.
What age is it OK to move in with your boyfriend?
Depressing news for folks who like to take things fast: Couples who move in together before the age of 23 generally don't have a promising future and that doesn't taper off until you're 30. The longer a couple waits to move in together, the more likely it'll work long-term and that's what everyone wants, right?
Is moving out good for a relationship?
"[Moving out] can be a very mature move in a relationship." he says. "If you try to cohabitate, and you decide that it's not working, but you both mutually decide that you want to stay together, it may actually mean that the relationship itself isn't at the point of cohabitation.
What benefits will I lose if my boyfriend moved in?
If he moves in you'll be eligible for housing benefit, working and child tax credits. You'll keep your DLA (until your review comes up and then it's anyone's guess, but I'd count on losing it if you're receiving it for mental health problems, sadly) and Child Benefit.