Dating marital success
It’s not like I’m the only person in the house that uses the lights.I’m definitely not the only one who uses the shower or the heat. It seems ludicrous to divide those expenses from our separate paychecks.Whether you like it or not, when you are married, your money is the team’s money.The faster you get on board with your teammate, the better off you’ll be.Information contained on this website is provided 'as is,' without warranty of any kind.The entire risk as to the results and the performance of the information is assumed by the user, and in no event shall Save My Marriage Today be liable for any consequential, incidental or direct damages suffered in the course of using the information on this website. "Save My Marriage Today" are trademarks used by Unica Publications.Several – if not most – of the married couples I know who keep separate finances have at least one member of the partnership who is divorced.
I’d marry my wife all over again just to get the feeling of our pocketbooks (and our hearts, of course) becoming one.
Keeping finances separate may be a trendy, but I think it can be a dangerous practice.
Just because Stan and Mary do it doesn’t mean we all should. I can understand why retired widowers who get remarried may decide to keep things separate.
All kidding aside, of the best biggest advantages to getting married is combining incomes. Look, I love my wife and she loves me…most of the time.
But when you get down to it, one of the best byproducts of that love is that our income instantly increased.