How To Combine Finances After Marriage? finance in marriage

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Keri is recently engaged and is beginning to plan her life with her fiance. She asks Dave for advice on how to combine finances.

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31 comments

Alejandra Tolentino 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

What if you just split things down the middle ? Isn’t that the same ?

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Ezra Richards 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Basically no difference between combining finances and just each paying half

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Piye21 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

What if both have responsibilities, some of the couple is providing for an ex and kids and the other is helping and taking care of parents?
Not every couple are the same!!!

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Al May 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

does combining finances include cosigning for your wife

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joshua irwin 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

So do you just go down to the bank open up a joint account and everyone's money goes in there?

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Paula Lewis 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Combined and separate accounts worked for my folks (married 58yrs)!

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zippy0099 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Wow! This couldn’t be more wrong.
She puts 50% of hers in the joint.
I put 50% of mine in the joint.
We use the joint for all of the household bills.
But I pay for my debts with my other 50% and she pays for her debts with her other 50%
I get pride of ownership
And she gets pride of ownership
If i wanna buy her a gift, I don’t want her to be able to look at the bank information and know what I got her!🤣this is TERRIBLE advice!🤦‍♂️

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Ryan 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

What if your other have is terrible with money

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john done 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

A country with highest divorce rate teaches marriage counceling

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Charlotte Boyett 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Good ideas Dave but I’m not gonna work on our budget on our wedding night

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Guzzy 95 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

So if you have two people with two bank accounts, who cancels the account? Or do you make a third combined?

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Anna Thomas 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

I certainly agree & when I'm married I'll be taking this advice . Thank you

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Anthony Bodanza 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Why are there so many sexist guys in these comments? Pretty sad…

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cuegards 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

cant stand the almighty Daves demeanor. So cocky..

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BDOXHACK ON Telegram 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

with the help of Qudhack on I,G ,I was able to get into my spouse mail account At ease without him been notified…this made my whole life settled cos indeed my love still loves…..you can contact them if you need their help…..

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BDOXHACK ON Telegram 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

with the help of Qudhack on I,G ,I was able to get into my spouse mail account At ease without him been notified…this made my whole life settled cos indeed my love still loves…..you can contact them if you need their help…..

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Elizabeth Allen 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

I love this. Thanks Dave!

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Academia38003 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

what if you are rich? only answers from males please

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shijingxu 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

I am getting married this year and have been thinking about a joint finance after the marriage etc. The problem is that my partner is in debt, circa $55k (AUD) and I am financially sound (in fact, I 'retired' four years ago and was able to live off on my investment incomes). I am going back to workplace soon (which will provide roughly after tax annual income of $80K AUD per year) because I am more employable in Australia than him (I have been living in Australia for a long time with local working experience and he is new to Australia without proper working experience). One of the main reasons for his indebtedness is that he is not making good money decisions (not because he spent everything, more because he was caught with some financial investment scams in China. Not only he lost his savings, but borrowed money on credit cards to invest in those schemes. His previous marriage ended mainly due to the financial stress both of them experienced – his ex-wife 'gambled' in those schemes a lot more than him) I am just concerned that if we have a joint finance, he might mismanage our funds as he will have access to our joint account. I am not sure how to handle this situation. Would love to hear your advice.

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Rob L 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

i completely disagree with Dave here. Wife and I keep our money separate and pay a percentage of bills based on income. Been married 5 years. Works great.

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Samuel Carter 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

After…marriage? Like how a divorce is after marriage? I think you mean after "getting married".

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Uncle Cookie 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

wife and I has been married 11 years. I have a personal savings that my paychecks go to. I also have a personal checking that I pay bills from. then we have a joint checking account that all her paychecks go to and we use it to pay smaller bills and for her to have spending money. I won't do joint on my accounts with her because she doesn't keep track of checks she writes or cash withdrawals. If she had access to my accounts and did that we would have serious problems.

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Matt Gebre 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

“It’s not your student loan my student loan after you’re married but it’s ours” big time 🔑 to handling finances that helped my wife and I get out of debt.

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Clare Hill 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Oui oui

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Arlene Augusta Hair 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Nah sis! If you have to, open up a joint account to pay the house bills then have separate accounts. If you have debt before you get married, pay on it yourself and have him pay his debt himself. This way there’s no huge arguments.
Times have drastically changed and people are completely different. The moment he starts paying on your personal debt, the moment you get into an argument he will bring it up and visa versa.

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scota73 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

This is why people fight about money and how it’s spend. We do have a joint account that we both contribute to and each have our own spending money that we can do what we want. My first marriage we did it the old fashioned way and we did fight about money a lot. This marriage we each have our own money and a joint account and we never fight about money and the bills always get paid and we also have a joint savings account. It works for us

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Justin John 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

I actually like Dave Ramsey’s advice, I think it’s great 👍🏻 but I wouldn’t merge it with the teachings of Jesus. you can’t juggle faith in God like Abraham, and this “get rich” mindset. I’m sorry, but God’s kingdom economy works differently than the 🌎 worlds. Look at the story of the prodigal son who blew his fathers money, and his father threw him a party. That is the grace, mercy and love of God. Not this old ranting guy calling people stupid for not wanting to be millionaires. Missionaries give up the idea of wealth to spread the message of Jesus. I’m not trying to talk bad about Dave Ramsey, but if you’re a Christian? just take a step back and think about what I’m saying..and what about the women in the Bible that gave the 2 mites? Who Dave cal her stupid? That was all she had, but she put her faith in God.

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Andrey 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Dave, you didn't really answer the question.

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Andrey 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

I got married about 3 months ago and me and my wife haven't combined ours. Just seems like too much work. Was thinking about opening an account where we both put in a few hundred each month to save up, but otherwise I think each having their own personal account is fine.

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B Strong49 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

Yes I think I would have one together and we have a separate account

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L. S 16/12/2021 - 4:27 Chiều

All Men do not get Married!!!

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