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Perhaps you guys sit down and have a talk about it.One of you paying for all day to day expenses and one of you saving and paying for, say, EMIs, bills - that may not be a bad idea.Please let him know how you feel about it though. Ignoring anything NEVER works. You may want to reach a practical middle ground.
One of you paying for all day to day expenses and one of you saving and paying for, say, EMIs, bills - that may not be a bad idea.
Please let him know how you feel about it though. Ignoring anything NEVER works. You may want to reach a practical middle ground.
Have a joint account and let all such expenditures go from that.
Ignore it. There is nothing wrong with the occasional pampering but never let anyone dent your self respect
Totally second that,... but he's my husband.. so Ignoring it is more like ignoring him :( .
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