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    We just have our everyday account and our savings account. Nice & simple

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    We have one account - our mortgage account ( line of credit). All our money goes there

    One credit card

    A savings account for each kid.

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    3 accounts DP has his own which his pay goes into & insurance & fuel & debt come out of
    I have my own account my ftb goes into & my Xmas club ac where any left over $ goes to save
    we are with the same bank so i transfer rent & bills $ from DP account to mine & bpay everything from my account. As I manage the $ cause I'm better at it than he is

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    Nope, sorry no suggestions lol as I have the following:

    1. Everyday savings - DH wages / Centrelink here
    2. Visa debit - my wage & PayPal deductions
    3. Automatic deduction account - each week I transfer the weekly amount from my everyday savings into this account - so I've always got the funds.
    4. Mortgage loan
    5. Mortgage deduction account - each week I move money into there
    6. ETrade Account
    7. Another account for rego

    All the above are with one bank

    Then I have with ING
    1. Education account
    2. Insurance account

    I try to work on a $0 budget, so I don't have a heap of money left over to waste

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    We have too many accounts

    My #1- my pay and pocket money after all expenses and savings.
    My #2- my personal savings from budgeting well
    My #3- bills
    Credit card

    Dh#1 - pay and pocket money once money is moved around

    Joint - mortgage
    Joint short term savings
    Joint long term savings- cannot get money out of this account for 5yrs.
    Joint kids

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