It's normal for married couples to bicker over finances, but what if you don't trust your partner with your money? Is it ever okay to pivot away from your joint checking account and split everything evenly? When this man is disturbed by his wife's spending habits, he takes to the popular Reddit forum to ask:
I (35m) and my wife (35f) have been together for 14 years, married for 13. We always strive for the betterment of our family. We both work and share a joint banking account to take care of all our financials. This is until 6 months ago.
One day I checked the account on our shared payday to make sure both deposits were there. They weren't, just mine. At this point I didn't think anything of it. I asked her if there was an issue with her payroll because her check wasn't deposited.