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Have you ever wondered how to get your husband to start saving?
In each family, there’s usually a spender and a saver. Many times that saver is us ladies (high five), which can be frustrating.
We have to pick up the slack and/or fight with our partner about why there’s nothing in their savings account. Who wants to stop fighting with their partner about money? 🙋🏾
If your partner isn’t such a great saver, I’m here to tell you that you don’t need to do ALL of the saving. There is a better way.
Appeal to His Inner Child
People who don’t save usually do it for two reasons. They would rather spend money on something fun or they don’t feel inspired to put in the effort.
Your man could be experiencing a little bit of both.
To get him to start saving, you need to make the reason behind saving fun. (Yes—pretend he’s your 5 year old.) Think of the goal that you’re trying to reach together with your money.
Do you want to go on vacation or redo the kitchen? Make him excited about these goals so saving money is fun.
Then, set the savings up to be really easy for him to do. Make it so simple that he doesn’t even realize he’s saving. Here’s one way:
Get Him Set Up With a Qapital Account
I’m obsessed with mobile saving apps. OBSESSED. It helped my ex turn from a non-saver into a pretty good saver.
We used our mobile savings apps to pay for vacations and all sorts of stuff. We saved thousands in our accounts.
Qapital is one savings account that has a lot of extra features, which is why I suggest it over others.
You can set Qapital up to roundup every one of the purchases he makes with his bank account and it will save the change.
You can set up other automatic saving rules like saving a percentage of his paycheck or automatically transferring a certain amount from the account in specific intervals.
He’ll have money stacked up before you both even know it! You could even make it a challenge—Who can save up the most in their Qapital account?
Here’s How to Get Him (and You) Started
Share what the app does with excitement and offer to set it up for him. (If you tell him to do it, (even if he wants to) he may not get around to it. Take charge!
- Sign up with this link. Signing up is simple. It’s a phone, email address, and password type situation.
- Connect the bank account of your choosing to Qapital. You sign in to your bank account through the app. This is the account where Qapital will pull money to save.
- Set up savings rules. Qapital has a number of savings rules that you can set up so set up a few.
- Watch your money stack up! Money will be saved for you with you hardly even missing the money. Ask him to check in on his Qapital account after a few weeks and then a few months. When he starts seeing the savings he’ll get excited about it!
Saving Money Doesn’t Have to Be Hard
Actually, thanks to new tech saving can be pretty easy. The first hurdle is taking a few seconds to complete the sign up for Qapital. But TRUST me, you’ll be glad you did. I really love this product.
If you’re interested in Qapital, click here to sign up.
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