In a marriage, does each have his or her own account?

But this is something that couples without children, mainly young people who have just gotten married, can afford. Why is this? Either they do not trust themselves enough or they are still thinking about the so-called backdoor entry. Long gone are the days when people entered into a marriage based on trust with their partners, but were often faced with divorce proceedings and property payments
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. More and more people are dealing with property relationships, and unfortunately, the relationship between two people is more like an employment relationship or business. The emotional aspect is often neglected, and the real reason marriage was created in the first place has shifted to a purely material level. Where on earth have love and trust gone? These are questions that sensitive people in today\’s society are asking themselves.

And what if they have children?

Such marriages are accounted for separately, with each partner contributing equally to the joint coffers. At the end of the accounting period (usually quarterly or yearly), both are paid equally or the difference is made up. Joint expenses may be handled in a “you pay once, I pay once” fashion, but in any case, careful record keeping of payments is required
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An interesting situation arises with utility payments (electricity, heating, water, and sewer) that are paid from one joint account.1 household pays for electricity with two bills, which is nonsense. Therefore, it is ultimately necessary to agree on the method of payment of the utility bills. The best solution in this case is the so-called joint pot (joint account), where each spouse contributes equally.
This creates the difficulty of purchasing food and its separate consumption. In a marriage, this system of separation between two independent persons becomes complicated when a child is born.