Inge and David put all their money in a joint account: “We are not concerned with what belongs to whom” | Love and Budget

Inge and David put all their money in a joint account: “We are not concerned with what belongs to whom” | Love and Budget
Inge and David put all their money in a joint account: “We are not concerned with what belongs to whom” | 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. “I even contribute 400 euros in alimony for his daughters,” Inge testifies. In our series ‘Love and budget’ the couple explains how they arrange their income and expenses. Budget coach Sarah Zwaenepoel sees some areas for improvement: “They would be happy to set aside a few hundred euros per month.”


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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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