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  • Re: OT - Handling Finances As A Couple

    Griffin said:
    With marriage, you are all in. On everything. Finances included. Just MHO.
    Unless you have a good pre-nup.  :)

    I've been married just over 20 years (no pre-nup).  I don't remember how long we waited, but we each kept our separate pre-married checking and savings accounts.  We eventually added each other to our accounts and nearly all our credit cards are joint.  

    The best advice I can give you is unrelated to the question...but don't accept a debit card from your bank and don't carry a balance on any credit card past the "pay by" time for each monthly statement.  i.e. don't buy stuff you can't afford just because it'll fit in your credit limit.  Treat your credit cards as if they're debit cards.  Even if your bank tries to tell you, "here's your new debit card that replaces your ATM card", tell them no way, issue me a new ATM card.

    Debit cards, if something goes wrong, you have to fight to get the money put back in your account.  Credit cards, if something goes wrong, you dispute the charge and don't pay.  If you keep your credit clean enough, the credit card companies will pay you to use their cards.  I don't have any cards that charge a yearly fee, and I don't have any that don't pay at least 1% cash back on all purchases.
  • Re: Going to try sous vide beef back ribs

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  • Re: For everyone who said it couldn't be done....

    Mickey said:
    For real image
    Where'd you get chicken flavor lump charcoal?
  • Re: Concrete in my charcoal!

    I found metal bands/straps in the one and only bag of Cowboy I tried.
    That's so you can go out mending fences after cooking.

    :)
  • Re: BGE or Primo XL

    henapple said:
    3?
    Will those actually cook?  It looks like a giant rib sandwich.
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