Are you married, engaged or in a long term relationship or probably starting to get attached to someone?
When it comes to money, one decision every couple should make together is whether to consider your finances as a joint asset or something that each partner manages separately.
In the past, some couples combined their finances in a joint account.
However, there are several ways to manage one’s finances these days, with many couples choosing to come up with their own solutions.
For example, sharing an account allows each partner to have access to money when the need arises.
Joint accounts are made to provide each account holder with a valid debit card, an approved cheque book and the approval to make deposits and withdrawals.
It is said and we believe that in relationship, two people come together to build something bigger than they could have done alone. Isn’t it? They become one unit for a greater purpose.
And as the saying goes:
“Two heads are better than one.”
So, why not have a joint account to keep the mutual bond stronger.
Let’s hear your thoughts about this idea.
Can You Have A Joint Account With Your Partner?