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Separate Bank accounts after marriage ?


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2 hours ago, tom brady said:

Initial ga joint account undedi...wifey spending chusi separate chesa both debit n credit cards n it worked out good.. as she started spending carefully for personal stuff...like $4000 bags,$2000 shoes😂

Manchi pani chesav. Kani ela cheppav? 

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always have just one account..madhyala godaval aitai nee paisal naa paisal ani..bokka give her a gift and she will be calm

after 5 years every couple will get divorce thought and amma mogudu valla kooda kaadu to count each others expenses/savings in that joint account and you will put the divorce thought to rest

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1 hour ago, sarvayogi said:

always have just one account..madhyala godaval aitai nee paisal naa paisal ani..bokka give her a gift and she will be calm

after 5 years every couple will get divorce thought and amma mogudu valla kooda kaadu to count each others expenses/savings in that joint account and you will put the divorce thought to rest

Vachesava

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On 11/24/2022 at 8:33 PM, Aquaman said:

Married uncles come here pleaseee

After marriage can we still have separate bank accounts and properties ??  

My cousin said, depending on state after marriage  doesn't matter separate account or join account , both will have equal rights automatically. But I doubt it.

 

Single account chalu kada malli rendu deniki. Oka credit card ki 2nd user add chestey set

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On 11/24/2022 at 8:21 PM, quickgun_murugun said:

India nundi techukovali wife ni. She should be fully dependent on us then there will be no separate account issue. Everything will be in our control ! 

just remember the fact that imported from India will eventually turn out to be worse than local desis

only way to control is to abuse in real terms, iyyala repu women got too toxic due to external factors than the quality of husband they got

oka gaali munja friend unte chaalu she had more influence to destroy other women friend's lives, watch out what kind of friends one's wife got as one can easily judge a person by the friends they move along with

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21 hours ago, quickgun_murugun said:

thokkalodi appati jamana lo assal vintundena.. maa youth antha ippudu idey trend. Bring middle class family type wife from India give her life and keep her in control. 
atyashaki poyi jobulu over dowry antey samana hakkulu patkostharu aallu 

BTW dowry pataka rani valllu koda change here, there are hard rules to follow other than checking their state every day

cut them at the first opportunity, there is no benefit of doubt with women, no matter how much one want to treat them as equals, they end up abusing it, there is reason why our ancestors kept women restricted to village/family

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10 hours ago, Chevilopuvvu said:

Separate endi vaa

Wife na bank account, emails, letters, medical records, phone calls Inka messages anni check sesthadi. 

cut them off, access to financial records is like opening up yourselves for parasite attacks

dont give more freedom than necessary

if your wife works, then sharing this is ok, but if she doesn't work, it's her only jobs to analyze your spending habits and judge you

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4 hours ago, pakeer_saab said:

oka gaali munja friend unte chaalu she had more influence to destroy other women friend's lives, watch out what kind of friends one's wife got as one can easily judge a person by the friends they move along with

This fact seen it . Tondarga influence avtaru  pakkana vallani chusi. Evaru anna illu konte inka husband ki nagging eh konu konu ani

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5 hours ago, pakeer_saab said:

just remember the fact that imported from India will eventually turn out to be worse than local desis

only way to control is to abuse in real terms, iyyala repu women got too toxic due to external factors than the quality of husband they got

oka gaali munja friend unte chaalu she had more influence to destroy other women friend's lives, watch out what kind of friends one's wife got as one can easily judge a person by the friends they move along with

Yes bro oka munda untey chaalu. Oka maata antey chalu entandi merinka illu konaledha. “Monna me husband ni chusamu theatre lo antadhi” ledha chusina kuda apudu cheparu daniki wife ki ekadanna jealousy vasthey malla

mamcbiga unatku natisthu enti monna movie ki vellara mimmalni chudaledhu me husband ni chusam evarthono antaru.

inka fianncials vachesi “group lo okati antadhi “ayy inka e ammaini antha valla husband control chestahdu puppy” ink intiki ranganle behabious change idhi.. chaaala jagratha undali oka 5-10 years. Freedom isthey bari thengistharu family ni. E vaampire lanti caselu one in 1000 adhi chusi vaatha pettukuntey anthey.. thanks @pakeer_saab noting everypoint

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11 hours ago, pakeer_saab said:

cut them off, access to financial records is like opening up yourselves for parasite attacks

dont give more freedom than necessary

if your wife works, then sharing this is ok, but if she doesn't work, it's her only jobs to analyze your spending habits and judge you

Mortgage, car && savdalake iyfothadi kaaka salary. Intla expenses tane sustadi. Naak suse time led seppalante.

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