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What issues have you come across in your experiences ? 

What solutions work the best for you ?

Chemistry is an aspect of a relationship, also having fun and going out. These things cost money: dining, vacations, what kind of car to drive, clothes to wear. Sometimes partners differ in how they work hard to make, spend and value a savings.

Financial friction is one of the greatest relationship barriers, overcoming differences in money spending.

1. MEETINGS AND COMMUNICATION

Paying bills-together and sharing responsibility

Talk about: needs, wants, priorities

2. ACKNOWLEDGE RESPECT APPRECIATE

ACCEPT EACH OTHER, LEARN FROM EACH OTHER, COMPROMISE

ONE TWO THREE-TO BE LESS EXTREME

One may need to be a little less frugal and cheap, a little more relaxed

The other person can become a little less spend thrifty

Meet in the middle on some issues that are shared.

Discuss your values and including how you spend discretionary money:on movies, boosk, dining out, vacations, where to go, where to stay, where to eat, donating money and how much.

3. Have a financial plan for long term saving, automatic deposit

4. Go to the bank and meet with a financial person, talk to your accountant for neutral advise

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