Inge and David share 3 accounts at 2 banks: “I even pay for his daughters’ alimony” | Love and Budget

Inge and David share 3 accounts at 2 banks: “I even pay for his daughters’ alimony” | Love and Budget
Inge and David share 3 accounts at 2 banks: “I even pay for his daughters’ alimony” | Love and Budget
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Self-employed people Inge (47) and David (46) have varying incomes, but still consciously deposit all their money into joint accounts. They also always go shopping together “to protect each other from excesses”. But how much money does this entrepreneurial couple actually come in and spend? Budget coach Sarah Zwaenepoel sees some areas for improvement and gives concrete money tips: “They have to ask themselves this question.”


Trees Vandamme

03-04-24, 13:00


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Some couples save together, others separately. And what if one partner earns (a lot) more than the other? In our series ‘Love and budget’, five couples talk openly about how they deal with their money.

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