Sure. But I've learned lessons from past experience. Always keep separate accounts.
no its a big mistake<br />
his bad credit could pass over to you like a cold <br />
best to thing to do is find man who can handle his own then you know when he gets with you he can take care of you and him
No and No
That shouldn't be a question.
if he got bad credit then he not reliable.
ahhh the questions of the young...
ok..marriage or involvement with someone should go way past the $$ side of things. If that person is crap at handling $$...then take over that responsibity. For what it's worth..that's my answer.
yes..in an ideal world i agree with you..but reality soon quashes those ideals..it takes many sorts of people..with virtues and vices to make the world go around..as i said before...the questions of the young. Look around you..the world is full of people that can't look after themselves or their children...for so many reasons. I'm not arguing against your thoughts, but reality is something i deal with and see everyday.
my comment about the young...the longer you live on this planet the more you learn..nothing is black and white...absolutely nothing.
and what would i do?...i'd cover my arse.
you are correct
i'd make sure we had seperate personal accounts, i'd run a household account and keep it soley operated by myself but accessible to the other person for viewing and when it came to major purchases i'd work it so it was legally tied up so i couldn't be ripped off. It's happened to me twice..i never learned the first time round... i was too trusting, too young, too stupid...and financially i never recovered.
you're a smart youngen.
I would not get involved with anyone on the basis of their financial woes. And we would work things out somehow ,if they were struggling.
Marriage is nothing to me, in fact given the religious connection I find it even more weird and repugnant.
Certianly , it would make no difference to me as long as we were compatable.
I did twenty-five years ago.