Our team are looking for a bit of help.
We’d love to hear from our customers who are currently managing their money as a single person and would be happy to share their experience with us.
If this sounds like you - please comment below and we’ll reach out to potentially have a chat.
Might just be me, but what do you mean ‘as a single person’?
I manage my finances as a single person, but also have a joint account where we jointly manage finances too.
“Is it just you paying all the bills, no contributions and no paying for someone else. How do you manage?”
Do you mean a person having sole responsibility for household spending control but with a significant other to bounce ideas/decisions off -or- someone living on their own with no sounding board for financial decisions? R-
Hey thanks for asking @Ordog
Specifically customers who are single rather than in a relationship. Totally appreciate that whilst in a relationship you can still be financially independent.
I understand, thanks for the explanation!
I’m glad that @RogerB was on the same thought process as me too
Went for a little edit to Topic title
I’m single, and looking to … talk about
how lonely it is my financial management
Hope this isn’t for some Monzo Love Island-esque thing I’m out if that’s the case.
I’m single now. Whether I’m totally managing my finances as a single person is I guess debateable because I still own a house with my ex and there are shared expenses despite the divorce.
(why does this feel like a dating thread aha)
Is this for user research or marketing, Alan?
Monzo x Tinder cross over.
There must be an easier way for single Monzonauts to meet folk.
As long as I can swipe left on my bill payments
You could also get a Mindr.
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Interested in understanding the angle here @AlanDoe - I’ve always seen Monzo as better for those without “responsibilities” or with them but flying solo. When I was a singlet Monzo worked really well for me in managing my bills, protecting my s**t etc.
As a family member now not so much. Joint Bills, spending across categories, insurance that covers everyone. I’m aware I can of course get a joint account but my wife doesn’t use Monzo and almost certainly won’t move from the bank she’s been with since the days of old.
So as a follow-on would be up for understanding how monzo is helping joint finances, if that ever happens.
Also Tinzo. Classic. And Monzo+Grinder = Gonzo