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Spook Posted - 17 Jan 2019 : 05:14:05
I pay bulk of household bills as I earn much more than partner
We worked it initially that each pays 70% of what they bring home. ATM have a huge (1600) childcare bill for next year or so. And basically all our money goes in there.
In 1 year it will half and year later disappear.
ATM there were no disposable income to secure "partner's" allowence.
So what happens when that child cost will go? Will she be able to keep some cash?
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IVA Adviser Posted - 17 Jan 2019 : 10:03:41
Hi Spook,

Really you and your partner should each pay your fair share of the household bills. If you earn a lot more, a higher percentage of the household bills should be assigned to you.

Your disposable income should go into the IVA.

Your partner can do as she wishes with her disposable income.

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