By Anonymous / Tuesday 14 April 2015 07:21 / United Kingdom - Nottingham
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By  ADBurns  |  22

I bet you didn't 'bank' on that when you said "I Do"...

By  strokesie  |  23


  crazymadimadz  |  12

#82 there are people extremely adverse to jiont bankaccounts due to the fact, that they had their money taken by a previous partner, through a joint bank account, or witness someonr go through it. He could be hiding something, but thats slim chance.

By  ADBurns  |  22

I bet you didn't 'bank' on that when you said "I Do"...

By  Chase1289  |  12

Stop try to steal his money and you wouldn't have this problem

  iiTzNeeNerz  |  26

Even if that was the case, it's still not a valid reason.

  Tournesol143  |  28

Then it's a simple issue: each of you keep your separate accounts. Create a new, joint account. Each of you can then put funds into this new, shared account from your separate accounts.

This would be a first step to letting him - both of you - feel comfortable with having a joint account.

  tdawg91  |  17

#23. So many people do that when they move in together and it's a great idea, each deposits enough for the bills and groceries while keeping money in their own accounts as well and it's saved a lot of couples from fights about money

  Mauskau  |  35

That's what my parents have done, although my dad only adds money when it's needed, and they very rarely use it. If there was money in there all the time, my mum would spend it all.

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