A Couple’s Guide To Joint Finances

Published on YourTango on 6/10/13

Considering opening a joint account with your significant other? Here are six things to consider.

Couples have to work out a way to take care of financial matters that they both are involved in and this can be as source of conflict within the relationship. These decisions are all about the money — the rent or mortgage payments, the dollars that are spent on the electric bill, the increasing cost of cable or satellite television and the necessary expense of groceries. When a couple commits to joining finances as a business decision (focusing on the money) they miss out on some other key aspects of joint finances.

Read more at http://www.yourtango.com/experts/the-rev-christopher-smith/6-ways-joint-finances-are-not-about-money

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