Discussion in 'Relationship Advice' started by skrinkle, Apr 12, 2018.
Or do you keep money separate?
My wife is a banker. She controls the money, I get an allowance lol.
We have our own separate bank accounts and a joint one, but we both have all the passwords and full authority to make transfers/withdrawals etc in any of them. We kept our credit cards separate so our credit looks good individually
The closest thing I have to a partner is a dog, she controls nothing
My ex was an idiot with money, she planned a budget, then blew her cheque within an hour of getting paid without paying her bills first, every single time. I tried to talk to her about budgeting, but she’d just whine about being broke all month, get a cheque, blow it again, whine again. It was painful
Everything is separate.
email money transfers are sent to pay shared Bills
best way to do it. this way your savings and debts are your own
My money is only for me and his money is also mine.
Man, you ain't lyin', are you, lol?
That. I pay the rent, she pays the utilities and we both buy groceries.
We have completely separate accounts. Split rent, pay our own cars and insurance. He pays utilities and my phone, I pay for groceries. Haha i also obsessively save money so when he wants down payments for things. I loan him the money and he pays me back
i end up paying for everything but they never get to freely go into my account and take what they want
once they start expecting my kindness and take it for granted is when i start cutting them off
We have separate accounts and we split everything pretty much down the middle.
yeah we split so much so that when we bought a house I told her we need to buy one where it's in her budget to pay half of everything and her own bills and have money left over to save for vacations, emergencies, frivolous things etc..
Whenever I get a boyfriend, I always draw up a contract when it is time, so we can always refer back to it. It prevents a lot of needless fighting during the relationship, so that's why I do it.
No you don’t
keep separate but if he ever needed $$$ for anything I'd send it no questions asked
What if it is used to hire a hitman to kill you, though? "Thanks honey for this fist full of cash."
Well luckily, I don't have that kind of money
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