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Can You Operate Joint Account With Ur Spouse?

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It is not a good idea for both sides. In case of unexpected death. I f the man dies his family would treat everything he has as his alone and may lead to suffering for the wife and the children unless good legal provision has been made. Same for the woman. She may want her and children to have share in her wealth after her if its lumped with the husbands, her wish may be conpromised. However if they are both well to do they can have a family support account where fund are contributed to meed family demands such as feeding, holidays school fees etc.

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That means 2 accounts ; one joint and another for me.

I no need random questions about how money take waka.

Also e get as money fit move around she go think say i don join armed robbery come begin poke-nose

like 2moro no dey.

Person fit say hol money for me ,wifey go spent am cut.

Abeg ,abeg.

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Why would I not have a joint account with my husband?

We have to have a place to put the bill money.

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why not. i so encourage it, especially if its like an investment account, but i advise they maintain single accounts along side.

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non wrong as long as we both operate our own seperate accts side by side

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Yes there is nothing bad in it

It is just a matter of understanding between the two parties

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I think you'll find there are at least 10 threads covering this.

Pays to do a search sometimes, to avoid multiple threads on the same subject.

DeltaVAGTM

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