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Re: splitting rent

I would suggest that you choose not to rent anything that she can't afford to pay for on her own if something were to happen in your relationship. If for example, you lose your job or can't work, she'd have to cover everything. Don't over extend yourselves.

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Re: splitting rent


notfancy wrote:

I would suggest that you choose not to rent anything that she can't afford to pay for on her own if something were to happen in your relationship. If for example, you lose your job or can't work, she'd have to cover everything. Don't over extend yourselves.


This tends to prove to be great advice, living within the means of the lower income.

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