Duo is a joint account that lets you focus more on your life together and less on whose turn it is to pick up the bill.Get Duo
Use the same P.F.C. card for both Duo and Solo and select which account the purchase should deduct from in the app.
When living together, money easily gets mixed up. With Duo, both can top up and make expenses from your shared Duo account. Say good bye to keeping track of receipts and excel files.
With Spending Insights, you’ll always keep tabs on your shared money. See all your purchases categorized into food, furniture, restaurant, etc. You can also easily compare your total expenses month by month.
1. Open the app and sign up
2. Order a P.F.C. card
3. Go to Duo and invite your partner
4. When your partner is signed up, you´re all set
Add the card to Apple Pay or Google Pay and you can start paying with your cards immediately on your phone.Get Duo
In a newly published study from Stockholm University, the authors Ann-Zofie Duvander and Linda Kridahl, investigated correlations between economic wellbeing and how couples choose to share their economy. The results include that couples with shared finances tend to fight less about money.
You've been together for awhile, you have fun together, and maybe even live together. You can cook each other's favorite food, watch the same movies and listen to the same music. But how well do you really know each other economically? Research has shown that couples with shared finances fight less about money..
All couples are different , and so are their finances. Only you and your partner knows what works best for you, but one thing applies to every relationship – communication is key. An important reminder when you are talking about money is of course to respect each other's differences, and to compromise to reach your common goals..