If it will be enough for our living together I will agree to provide alone my family with money. But if my future boyfriend will not value my work, my money and will spend money on differen trifles I will be angry. If man can work he should do it.I understand only remarcable reasons, for example if person has problems with health or he can`t find a job because of lack of experience. But if my man will be simply lazy, I will not put up with it. And the thing is not in money, but in my own efforts.
I would like to work for my family! I'm working now, and I do not have an incentive in my work. I'm just getting my salary, and I do not want to go somewhere in my career. This is convenient for me. But if I have my family, it will provide a strong incentive for me! I really need to find my love. But I do not know why it's so hard for me? Did I do something wrong? I thought a lot about it ... But anyway, I continue to live and hope. In addition, when I have a family, I'll do anything to my partner stayed at home (perhaps with my child), and I'm ready to work really much to ensure my family completely! :)
i think that both partners should add to the family budget! thay need to work and earn money. one can earn more the other less but together they add to the budget. i am not used to ask for money and that's why i willalways work not to ask.
I don't know. We lived together for two months, right. He is very lean, and I do not spare the money. Sometimes everything is boiling, outraged. But, thanks to its frugality we are experiencing difficult financial times. I try to trust him as a man and rely on his expertise. We have the kind of relationship that we always can do it. I think it is better in the early stages of life together to agree on everything otherwise then the consequences might be.
Without trust in family life in any way.
We always prepare a shopping list, and then look for the money, what and when to buy. Naturally things you can not bother, but about expensive joint purchases consult with one another and accept the General solution.
Yes, my partner and I are both working. We understand that there are common needs and there are personal needs of each of us. We never buy anything expensive without discussing it with each other beforehand. Neither of us will buy some expensive thing for himself knowing that our family has some other needs. Of course, everything is not so ideal. Of course, financial conflicts appear in our family from time to time, because we don't always have the same opinion about what is necessary to buy and what is not, but we learn to find compromises.
We want to have full and real family, but having a child is really expensive. So, now we decided that both of us should work hard and fulfill our family budget. Of course, we spend half of our money for our soul and body satisfaction: clothes, cafes, restaurants, cinemas, vacations, etc. Now we saved enough money to create strong and responsible family and to have a little baby. So , all i want to say is that if you try hard, no one or nothing would be a restriction or barrier to you in reaching your success and life goals!
In order to keep to a budget, you need to know what you’re spending and whether it’s more money than you have coming in. That means tracking everything you spend. Make a note of everything you spend for at least a month – three months or longer would be ideal but it’s also good to do it every few months to see if your habits have improved. Write down what you spend as soon as you spend it, or you may forget. Talk to your family about the best ways to keep track of what’s being spent – it works best if they join in too.Once you’ve seen how much you’re spending and where you can make some easy cut-backs, it’s time to draw up a budget. A budget is a record of money you have coming in and money you spend. What you’re aiming for is to make sure you always spend less than you have coming in. It’s easy to get started – just use our Budget planner.Check your bank balance regularly to see how much you have. If you bank online or use mobile banking, you can do this easily.Otherwise you can get a printout of your balance and a mini-statement at a bank cash machine.
We have two groups of needs - common and own. We are living together and consider ourselves a family, so common needs are preferable, so each of us spends his money on common needs (we are both working and earning money, so the family budget does not depend completely on one of us, either on me or on my partner). If something remains, then it is spent on personal needs according to the rule "I earn - I spend" and there is no need for me to tell my partner what I spent my money on if common needs are satisfied and I did not take his money to buy something for myself
Categorize your expenses. Each entry should go into a category so you can easily see how much you spend on monthly and yearly bills, regular essentials, and discretionary costs. This will help you when you go to input your expenses and when you want to look through them for a specific expenditure. Target specific areas of your spending to decrease. Set limits on discretionary spending in particular. Pick a set amount that you cannot go over each month and stick to it.Draw up a new budget. Combine your buffers and goals with your actual expenditures and income. This exercise will not only assist you in making an effective budget and helping you to save, making your life a little less hectic and more relaxed, it will also motivate you to trim your expenses so you can achieve your goals and make the purchases you aspire to without having to go into debt to do it.
I do not do anything to save and bring money to the family as my partner earns enough money for us to live the entire life. He tells me that i m supposed to be sexy just for his satisfaction and that is why i do not need to work. Our budget allows me to buy many clothes per month, minimum for 4000 dollars.
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