Suze Orman: Here's how couples should split their finances finance in marriage

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Having separate bank accounts can help partners maintain their autonomy, according to financial expert Suze Orman. Watch this video to see how you can fairly divide household expenses. .

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Joe Dirt 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Here is the simple solution. Put all household income in one account. Each person gets 10% of total to do what they want and the rest is for running the household and saving for a rainy day. Its that simple, anyone who doesn't agree is selfish and you should remain single.

I can say this based on first hand experience. My wife won't agree with this. Her money is her money and my money is her money…result is I go hungry so she can spend 500 a month on hair and nails to go with new nice clothes all the time. It's doesn't fell good knowing you are not a priority to your spouse.

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Dmitriy Dmitriev 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Person A after tax earnings = 7000
Person B after tax earnings = 3000
Person A pays: 7000/(7000+3000) = 0.70 = 70%
Person B pays: 3000/(7000+3000) = 0.30 = 30%
This calculation is not based on household expenses as they might change every month, nevertheless it gives exactly same proportion.

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daniel shaw 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

How do you pay at a restaurant? You gotta Venmo your spouse or reminds them every time? And with the mortgage, if they split up does one of them own more equity than the other? Seems like more resentment would happen this way. What is the downside to a joint account and budgeting together? Makes sense to me if 2 people contribute to a relationship they should both own everything together equally.

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Ronald Sanchez 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

What happens if your spouses blows all of their personal money, are they entitled to yours too?

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MCO_Ricky 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

This is some of the worst advice I've ever heard.

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Media SL - Second Life 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

extraordinary 😜

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Berto _OnLine 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

The Percentage advise is SPOT ON! I agree. I've always felt that was the right way.

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Dm755 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Scammer

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Dm755 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Scammer

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Iman Fahru Syuhada 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

How about 5050 of each person income

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Y K 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Ladies .. if you do have a joint account with your husband, your man is definitely hiding some money somewhere that you don’t know about … fact ✅

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Johnny Szabo 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Don't really like this advice, If you can't figure out your money situation with the one you truly love? Then hate to break it to you, your probably not truly in love!! 19 years married, joint account, never fight about money! We got it handled! Money don't rule us! True love does!! Working together is what makes marriage worthwhile! Working Separate on anything is not the way to go in my opinion.

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aSkylandSora Inc. MRight 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Avoid giving any woman more then her worth. When she can give her dam self.

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Thad Thompson 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

This is the dumbest advice ever

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cardinals625 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

This is awful advice 🤣😆 the only reason this works for her is because she doesn't need to budget or worry with her income combine finances excel at a higher rate are you roommates or are you married.

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Paul Leaner 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Separate bank accounts easier to monitor and control my own actions and not worry about wife's.

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anonamous365 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

lol advice for a healthy mirage from a man hating femenist

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B. Miller 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

I was a little confused by your comments during the first minute but when you talked about your lifestyle, that explained EVERYTHING!

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Slickpete83 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

just bury all your money in the backyard before u get married.

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conscious thought 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

I wholeheartedly agree. It is much more about 'equity' than 'equality'

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Rougé Moonchild 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

🙏🏾🙏🏾

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Ken Loves Crypto 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

That explains everything.

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Alex Man 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

I'm married too and agree with everything she said, but I will give an alternative to the "percentages" rule. What if one of the spouses makes less because they work less hours, ie part time. If they choose to do that, the percentages rule isn't the fairest. I would go back to the 50/50 because if you can afford to work part-time, then you can afford to pay up to 50% of your share.

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Rem Rens 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Not being in a relationship is best for finances. No risk of alimony or loss of assets that way.

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Sir Derty ♦ 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Why does she always wear an odd cape? And who takes her seriously? She just says save money, spend less, buy more, sell high, buy low type of rehashed advice.

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Shakes Peare 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Most pointless and baseless advice ever. Trying her best to ruin the family system in our society.

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Jay 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

What a hack, lecturing everyone with her amateur advice.

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Darko Leskovšek 30/01/2022 - 5:43 Chiều

Tf is wrong with you guys?! Money lady my ass.

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