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  1. Finances & Money

    In this section we're going to unpack your ideas and beliefs around money and the financial admin stuff.

    By setting these boundaries together up front you never have to guess what your partner is thinking or where there limits are.

    Be honest, honest, honest!

    For the sake of ease, roles are referred to as husband and wife throughout the course.

    Instructions

    • 1. Run through the questionnaire together, reaching consensus on each individual question.
    • 2. If you are unable to reach consensus working together at first, then do the following:
      • a. First you are each going to complete the questionnaire on your own.
      • b. Then you will make time to sit together and discuss your results.
      • c. Lastly you complete this questionnaire together. This time around you will indicate the boundaries you agree on together.
      • d. If you are battling to reach consensus, then please seek alternative help from a life coach.

    BE CAREFUL OF SAVING FIGURES ON THIS FORM AS THE CALCULATIONS MAY GO WONKY.
    IT'S BEST TO DO THIS FORM IN ONE GO IF YOU CAN.


  2. Your Email Address(*)
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  3. Your Partner's Email Address(*)
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  1. Earnings & Expenses

    How much does each of you earn and what expenses will you each be covering?


  2. Partner 1 Earnings
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  3. Partner 2 Earnings
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  4. Combined earnings
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  1. Earnings & Expenses continued

    How much does each of you earn and what expenses will you each be covering?


  2. Putting a roof over your head (rented or bought)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  3. Expenses associated to property (association fees, rates, taxes, levies, utilities, home maintenance)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  4. Vehicle & transportation (payments, gas, maintenance, inspections, tolls, public transport, cabs)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  5. Food (groceries, eating out, lunches, incidental food expenses)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  6. Technology & communication (phones, beepers, Internet, cable, satellite TV)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  7. Clothings, shoes, accessories
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  8. Insurances (household, vehicle, medical, life, renters, homeowners)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  9. Healthcare (medication, doctors, dental, optical)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  10. Children (daycare, school fees, uniforms, allowances, supplies, child support)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  11. Installments (any monthly debt servicing payments, including installments, credit cards and loans)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  12. Donations & Charity
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  13. Incidental Expenses (magazines, gifts, vacations, alcohol, tobacco, magazines, books, leisure)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  14. Pet care (vets, food, medications)
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  15. Bank charges
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  16. Savings & Investments
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  17. Other
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
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  18. Total combined monthly expenses
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  1. Your combined debt value

    How much do you owe collectively as a couple to various creditors?

    Use total figures owing or monthly amounts - whichever is easier for you. You may want to come back and do both. Please only insert numbers, with no punctuation or spaces.


  2. Student Loans(*)
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  3. Loans(*)
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  4. Personal Loans(*)
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  5. Credit Card Debt(*)
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  6. Store Cards(*)
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  7. Hire Purchase Agreements(*)
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  8. Monthly Instalments(*)
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  9. Vehicle Payments(*)
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  10. Outstanding Fines(*)
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  11. Outstanding Bills(*)
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  12. Medical Bills(*)
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  13. Money owing from lost legal action or to lawyers(*)
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  14. Outstanding Taxes(*)
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  15. Mortgages & Second Mortgages(*)
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  16. Total combined couple's debt
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  1. Going Dutch

    So who is responsible for which monthly expenses?


  2. Total combined monthly expenses
    (no decimal places or commas)
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  3. In ratio to your earnings, this means monthly costs of:

  4. Partner 1 monthly contribution
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  5. Partner 1 monthly remaining
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  6. Partner 2 monthly contribution
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  7. Partner 2 monthly remaining
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  8. Splitting this 50/50 means monthly costs of:

  9. Partner 1 monthly contribution
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  10. Partner 1 monthly remaining
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  11. Partner 2 monthly contribution
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  12. Partner 2 monthly remaining
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  1. Selected Expenses

    Alternately, each partner can choose to carry selected expenses completely.


  2. Partner 1 will carry the following expenses completely:(*)
















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  3. Partner 2 will carry the following expenses completely:(*)
















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  1. Decision Time

    Now that you've seen the numbers in action, it's time to make a few decisions together.

  2. We manage our finances by...(*)




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  3. Our agreements on banking & finance(*)











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  4. Spending Maximums

    What is the maximum amount of money each person can spend in a month or on a single purchase before they need to check in and okay it with their partner?


  5. Partner 1

    Monthly maximum spending limit before checking in(*)
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  6. One time (single purchase) maximum spending limit before checking in(*)
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  7. Partner 2

    Monthly maximum spending limit before checking in(*)
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  8. One time (single purchase) maximum spending limit before checking in(*)
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  1. Financial Duties

    Who is responsible for which monthly financial duties, the husband, wife or couple?


  2. On an ongoing basis Partner 1 is responsible for managing:(*)


















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  3. On an ongoing basis Partner 2 is responsible for managing:(*)


















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  4. On an ongoing basis the couple is jointly responsible for managing:(*)


















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  1. Financial Deal Breakers

    What are the absolute no-go areas for you when it comes to finances?


  2. What are the financial deal breakers for you as a couple?(*)






















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