How much should a man save up before he thinks of marriage?
July 23, 2017 5:35am CST
Just curious about this and has kept me thinking about it considering the facts that there are lot of mature ladies around the world who are still not married not because they aren't in any relationship but mainly because they have what I call price tag when it comes to settling down with any man. Now this brings me to the question; How much should a man be earning or save up before he should start thinking of marriage all things being equal?
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• Hong Kong
23 Jul 17
@Humitex It will depend upon th elevel of your earnings and the poetnial expenses although we know that the Concept of Savings is a continuing process as long as we are living it is always a very good practice to keep on savings.
• United States
25 Jul 17
This depends on how much will be spend each month to pay the bills. Some places the cost of living is higher than others and I live in a high cost area, so housing is higher, than many others in the United States. We purchased our house, so the amount of money spent was more at one time, then renters are paying. Also I pay some of the bills, so my husband isn't paying for everything. The article about the free gifts is one way I help cut our expenses by earning online to reduce our costs. Its important to discuss with your partner what expenses there will be now and in the future.
24 Jul 17
A man has to think of the future of both lives and the future children expenses. You need to save up money for the wedding dinner, wedding money, a home, a car, cash in hand, house expenses, insurance, monthly grocery bills, utility bills, all these are the man's side to pay or you can negotiate with your future wife how much percentage she is willing to chip in. If you cannot pay any of these, might as well stay single. That is what my hubby did, paid EVERYTHING!