Someone in my husband's family says it's a norm that only 1 person deals with the money in each marriage. And that's okay because some people are not good with money. I believe everyone has got to know how to deal with money, it's a life skill. If you make $1000 and your bills are $800, don't spend more than $200 on anything but bills. Common sense right?
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LOL... Common Sense and the ability to Balance a Budget do not go hand in hand... my sister's life is a financial train wreck... which is really strange because she is a Certified Public Accountant and a Controller in an international company...her ex-husband was a Financial Planner. How does this happen? I take care of all our finances for 17 years because I am organized, I spent many years being a bookkeeper and an administrative assistant. My husband is a procrastinator...not a good quality for paying bills.
Answer by WoodWitch at 9:14 PM on Aug. 25, 2010