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Facknats wrote: »
I'd like teamwork to become a little more financially resilient
Gavin83 wrote: »
The OPs main gripe appears to be that he isn't saving the rest of his salary for a 'rainy day' and I really don't see this as immature, more just a different mindset to her. It is of course good to have a buffer but some people take it too far.
Primrose wrote: »
Whilst this can quite rightly be labelled as a "gripe" from one point of view, the fact of the matter is that for many people issues about differing financial perspectives can be a serious concern if they involve habits or viewpoints that are likely to linger unchanged throughout the duration of a relationship.
Ongoing niggles about money can unfortunately undermine things like a slow steady drip of a tap, so if our poster is having concerns about this now I think she is only right to question her feelings, seek advice and consider how to proceed.
How many individuals have progressed into the deeper stages of marriage or property purchase ignoring their initial concerns and then regretted it later?
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