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Should You Co-Mingle Finances In A Relationship?

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Episode Summary

Money is a tricky subject, especially in a relationship! How do you split bills? Who pays for what at certain times? When do you decide to combine bank accounts (or do you??)

These are the hard-hitting financial topics we discuss in this week’s episode. We share how we look at our income and expenses as a couple and when we merged everything together (and why). If you’re wondering if you and your partner should or shouldn’t co-mingle your finances, this episode is for you. Even if you don’t have a partner, you may still learn a nugget or two from our experiences managing money over the years.

Mentioned in this episode is our “Income Flow” and how we have our bank accounts set up. You can learn more about that in our debt freedom article here.


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Should You Co-Mingle Finances In A Relationship?

(Big Fat Takeaway)

Money and relationships can get tricky quickly. We believe if you're in a committed partnership, no one should have separate bank accounts or individual budgets.

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