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33 comments

Small Town Picker 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I needed to hear this. I made more than my fiancé and am now laid off. We’re to marry soon and I’m worried I can’t contribute financially equally.

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Elizabeth Allen 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I miss classic Dave

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isabel miralda 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Is good be only one since the couple married and love each other and God’s name

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DOLO BROLIC 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I need my own money I’m sorry…….😉

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Donald Richey 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Sounds like a power issue. Need a secret divorce fund

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Shannon Hinson_ 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I think if you’re a young couple starting out with nothing then yes build together and combine your finances, but for people specifically women who are coming out of marriages and having to rebuild from zero Keep It Separate and protect your finances. When you’re older it gets harder to keep rebuilding.

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V 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

It’s all holy and virtuous until you get a divorce and realize marriage is absolutely a contract

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Ali Zari 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

We are broke….

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Jeff Richey 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

How to combine finances after marriage: she begins to show you who she really is, finally files for divorce, takes over half your stuff and home. Now your finances are combined in her bank account and wallet – taa daaaa!! Combined!!

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RatherBeFishing 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

How is this news to this person

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IttyBitty Lex 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

This language is so foreign to me lol .

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Simona Theod 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

If you don't trust someone with your money don't marry them. If you wanna be independent and have full control of your own income, don't get married. Marriage is for people who love, trust and support each other a 100%

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S McL 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

What happens when you marry someone with adult kids and your spouse wants to keep giving his adult kids allowance, but I don’t give my adult kids allowance?

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Alex Bai 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Sorry, I love Dave but I totally disagree on this. A person makes more money, spends less, and then one day his wife decides to divorce and takes half of everything? Nope. Love is not a financial agreement.
Keep finances separate and both should absolutely contribute and support each other.
But keeping finances separate is an insurance against losing all if ever a separation happen (people change with time and check the % of divorces)

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Anurag Jaiswal 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

As much as I would love to implement this in my dream marriage, it’s not going to happen. It’s not practical. Especially when “our” interests don’t match. One partner will definitely do things he likes while the other will do as per her interest. Until both parties understand and acknowledge that marriage is an ocean of sacrifices, it’s going to be a disaster.

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Barb Miley 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I could do this if I was getting married at a young age, however those of us getting married later in life 60’s, and use to their independence, very hard. I am not out for anyone’s assets, I can take care of myself, I want my future spouse to feel secure and safe with his assets as well as me with mine….seems there may be a different way to make it work once you’re older?…IMO…🤷🏼‍♀️maybe I’m meant to stay single? I have just been “used” in the past financially, so I am very cautious.

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prabin prabhakar 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

If your partner is a spendthrift, how would you be at ease pooling in your money just so that he/she would spend it ?

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paulinoaz 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

1:00 & 1:13 Jennifer is in shock and barely able to respond, her world was just rocked.

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yuan gao 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Hmmm I don’t like the feeling that I have to get permission to spend the money I earned 🙄

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Dia HIll 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

He won’t be calling it Our money if he were married to an alcoholic or a gambler !

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Enrique 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Marriage is way overrated these days. It would be a horrible financial decision to get married in todays culture.

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Гоце Делчев 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Given the divorce rate in the US this is actually not a useful advice.

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J V 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

My fiance and I will keep our personal accounts separate but will have a joint account for bills and house hold goods. We are both on the same page regarding money but would like to keep out personal accounts separate for whatever we want to buy for ourselves. This just works best for us.

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Anna Thomas 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I totally agree. As a banker I've seen the ease of transaction with couples doing business jointly. Most importantly in the event of unexpected death. No problem to access the money

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breal gritty 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Yeah, but young men don't think like that.

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Aaron Kelley 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Dave nailed it. And after reading through some of the comments, I’m starting to understand why so many marriages fail now. People just simply don’t understand what a marriage is anymore.

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Schawnetta Robinson 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Tough pronouns

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Frank Ferrans 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

This is great advice. It's impossible to set financial goals and progress toward those goals successfully when you're operating separately because you miss out on opportunities to create efficiencies. Even corporations don't split finances. Imagine if each business unit had to pay it's share of a company's
operating expenses and decided to do whatever it wanted with it's share of net profits. Even if the business units sometimes aligned their separate decisions, the corporation would surely grow at a ridiculously low rate if it didn't completely crash the minute it faced economic headwinds. (I.e., the whole is greater than the sum of the parts) Most of the comments that say otherwise focus on how their splitting works just fine. It very well may but you're household net worth is going to grow at a snail's pace while the competition (referring back to my analogy) wipes you out with superior economics.

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owleyes 11 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

What is her's is mine and what is mine is her's. Most everything we have are jointly owned. This makes it easy when one of us dies. Of course, this only works when we trust each other and we know each other after 50 years of marriage.

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Vilda Chaya 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

We were broke when we got married. Made all the big money after. Seemed to work out nicely

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El Indigeno 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

I did what you told me Dave and guess what? Emergency fund 5k, flush down thanks to my wonderful wife. Left me with 100 to my name.

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whoiskevinjones 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Wish Dave let Jennifer say more about the conversations she has had with her husband before he cut her off.

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Cade Green 29/12/2021 - 4:38 Chiều

Terrible advice

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