...a joint savings account.

a joint savings account.

Very useful checklist for navigating personal finance as a couple. Great for married and unmarried couples alike, whether or not you have joint finances. Click the image for details. via @lucrepf

How to Manage Money as a Couple, Married or Not - 6 Tips

Very useful checklist for navigating personal finance as a couple. Great for married and unmarried couples alike, whether or not you have joint finances. via /lucrepf/

3 ways to invest money from your sofa (and possibly get more interest than your bank)  I’ve been really shocked at the appalling rates of interest banks are now offering on savings.  My eSaver now earns only 0.15% which is pretty pathetic.  They might as well not bother.  Our joint savings builder account is a little better with 1.5%.  Still, it’s not a very enticing figure.  This has led me to start investigating other ways I can invest some of our savings for a possible higher return.  I’m…

3 ways to invest money from your sofa (and possibly get more interest than your bank)

3 ways to invest money from your sofa (and possibly get more interest than your bank) I’ve been really shocked at the appalling rates of interest banks are now offering on savings. My eSaver now earns only 0.15% which is pretty pathetic. They might as well not bother. Our joint savings builder account is a little better with 1.5%. Still, it’s not a very enticing figure. This has led me to start investigating other ways I can invest some of our savings for a possible higher return. I’m…

How to stop living pay check to pay check! The easy way without even really realising it!

How to stop living Paycheck to Paycheck!

Budgeting guide and tips for beginners to stop living pay check to pay check. Organise you're Monthly expenses and weekly expenses and build a healthy amount of savings!

I do feel that a married couple should have 2 joint accounts, 1 checking and 1 savings account. They can also keep their previous separate account

Love & Money: Yours, Mine, Ours

When married couples separate their finances, they are setting themselves up for separation in other parts of their marriage . Good thing we have shared a bank account for awhile now lol :).

Why we have joint AND separate bank accounts

Why We have Joint AND Separate Accounts

Learn about joint vs separate accounts to see whats the best fit for you two!

How to reduce your tax bill by thousands of pounds by arranging joint savings   accounts carefully

Loophole for couples to cut tax on savings

How to reduce your tax bill by thousands of pounds by arranging joint savings accounts carefully

Should Married Couples Have Joint or Separate Bank Accounts?

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Couple Money

Why We have Joint AND Separate Accounts

Why We have Joint AND Separate Accounts - Couple Money

Trying to decide how to handle your finances as a couple? Learn about joint vs separate accounts to see whats the best fit for you two!

Why We have Joint AND Separate Accounts

Why We have Joint AND Separate Accounts - Couple Money

Learn how you two can build up your marriage and wealth with joint accounts.

Want a Happier Marriage? Combine Bank Accounts

There are strong feelings on the pros and cons of sharing checking and savings as a couple. The latest episode of the Couple Money Podcast shares some tips on how …

14 Things No One Should Put Up With in a Relationship...  #7. Lying  Whether it’s about something huge, like where he was last night until 3 a.m. or something smallish, like spending some money out of your joint savings account to buy new shoes, lying is never acceptable. In fact, lying is one of the easiest ways to totally doom your relationship.

14 Things No One Should Put Up With in a Relationship

Newlywed Financial Planning

Four Financial Vows Every Newlywed Should Take

Frugal Fanatic : Newlywed Financial Planning Four Financial Vows Every Newlywed Should Take

Suze Orman: How to Split Bills @ MoneyMusings.com

Suze Orman: How to Split Bills. This is how me and my ex-husband did our finances. We had a joint account for nothing but household bills. Any extra money left afterwards, we would treat ourselves to a nice dinner. Best advice EVER!

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