Although most married couples decide to combine their finances, knowing the fact that women very often face violence by the hands of their intimate partners, some choose to create their own separate savings account. I believe that both partners have the right to have their own separate savings accounts, in the event that they need to leave the relationship for any reason, or they need the money for something they might need later in life.
One Redditor, though, was not happy when he found out that his wife of 4 years had a secret separate savings account, and he got mad at her. Now he asked the Reddit court to tell him if it was an a-hole move of him to get mad, or it was his wive’s fault for not telling him that she had a separate savings account.
Check out the story for yourself below and decide who’s in the wrong, and who’s in the right here.
Although I believe the husband shouldn’t have gotten mad for his wive’s decision, I also believe that she should have at least told him about her “secret” account, or let him take his 40 percent if he wanted to. What’s your take on this one? Reddit seems to think that there are no a-holes here, and both the husband and the wife are right, in their own respective views.