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Would You Maintain A Joint Account With Ur Spouse?

as a married man or woman, would you keep a joint account with ur partner? remember the bible says two shall become one - you are no longer two - you are now one - what's ur view?

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It is a capital letter NO. Women n money shld be parallel lines wit 1billion kilometers apart.

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As a seperate account?

Yes, maybe.

As my only account?

No! hell no!

No one gets unlimited access to my money but me!

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^^ lool nice summary

for me it basically depends

if we wanna combine incomes to get strong assets

im down with that

its all abt the praticality of the situation

will joinin our money make us more money??

are we joining because he cant afford the bills by himself??

are we joinin to pay the ridiculously expensive school fees??

i mean as a business person u need to think with a biznz mind!

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Why not but the signature combination will be A or A and B together.Meaning that I can sign alone and she can co-sign with me but I will still maintain other accounts.It will also depend on how much I have when I marry.

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I think it all boils down to the maturity (not in age but in mind) of the couple. If its agreed that so, so and so amount of money should go into our joint account and withdrawals will only be made for so, so and so purposes then I see no reason why couples shouldn’t have joint account. I personally plan to have one when i get married.

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No I won't do it. I don't have time for wahala.

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my wife and i are definately going to run a joint accout, but then we can still maintain individual accounts too.

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NEVER ! Women and money r not the best of pairing.

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May be 'a' joint account, but CERTAINLY NOT 'the' joint account. In other words, my main accounts with all my millions would remain exclusively mine alone, while i open a yeye 'joint' account where i'll only throw in a few coins. Its still 'joint' now, abi no be so?

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