Best Money Tips: Ways to Split Expenses With a Partner

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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to split expenses with a partner who makes more, how to get more value from Netflix, and dating tips for frugal men.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Split Expenses with a Partner Who Makes More — To split expenses with a partner who makes more than you do, start by discussing the situation and your expectations. [Currency]

How to get more value from Netflix — To get more value from Netflix, optimize your streaming experience. [MSN Money]

27 Dating Tips for Frugal Men — If you are frugal and planning a date, consider having a picnic in the park or grabbing dessert instead of dinner. []

Getting Back on Track After Unemployment — Get your finances back on track after unemployment by paying off your debt. [Bucksome Boomer]

The Best Resorts for Family Deals — If you are looking for an awesome resort with family deals, consider looking into the Tortuga Lodge in Costa Rica or the Kahala Mandarin Oriental in Hawaii. [Money Smart Life]

Other Essential Reading

How Much Money Should You Save in Your Job Freedom Fund? — One of the things you need to consider when funding your job freedom fund (which is essentially a career emergency fund) is how quickly you can expect to find another job in your industry. [Green Panda Treehouse]

5 Reasons To Keep A Work Diary — Keep a work diary so you can see your wins at work. [American Express OPEN Forum]

Back-to-School Starts Now: Preparation Tips to Make the First Day Easier — Make the first day back at school easier on your family by putting school events on your calendar. [Parenting Squad]

Retirement Planning Tools — If you want to see whether or not you are on track for retirement, consider using GuidedChoice's QuickAdvice tool. [CNN Money]

How To Build Your Mutual Fund Portfolio — When building your mutual fund portfolio, evaluate your personal risk tolerance. [The Wisdom Journal]

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These are some great resources. I've been dating my boyfriend for 2.5 years and we've been debating whether we should combine finances since we live together and split everything anyway. It's kinda challenging though because I make slightly more than him, yet we split everything 50/50, which leaves him with less spending money. I'm leaning toward combining finances or working out a ratio thing where we pay according to how much we make.