How to deal with greedy husband?
He always want to spend my money. He doesn't want to give as much money as I want. The money whatever I earn he tells me not to spend and plans in such a way that I will not be left with any money even though I earn myself. He watches and controls my expenditures.
isting of the answers to the question: How to deal with greedy husband? He always want to spend my money. He doesn't want to give as much money as I want.
Your husband shares virtually none of his money, but expects you to be sharing with yours.
Is your husband violent?
If he isn't, then tell him loudly and clearly, "No!"
Of course, if he is violent, then suggest an allowance.
Chasuk makes a very good point, please follow his advice. In addition to that, tell him that you make less and have a small amount direct deposit to an account of your own. It will build quickly and you will have a small emergency fund. Also, negotiate a generous allowance.
If you know you have a greedy husband you should hide the actual amount you are earning every month. You should save money for tomorrow as depending on your greedy husband for need at eleventh hour will be a foolish question. The more money you hide from him, the more safe will be your future. You can manipulate it and he is sure that you are not lying.
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