No Questions Asked

March 25, 2014 · 2 comments

Would you like to do something extraordinarily nice for your wife or husband?

Here’s an idea that, if you choose to do it, is a gift you can be sure that none of your spouse’s friends or acquaintances will have ever received.

If you own a printing business, try to remember that your spouse makes regular sacrifices on your behalf… and on behalf of your family business. These sacrifices often go under appreciated or unacknowledged.

Here’s a simple, small way to express your gratitude to your spouse on an ongoing basis. It’s called the “No Questions Asked” checking account.

no questions asked

This account was a gift to my wife, Jenny.

I regularly deposit money in the account. It never has a big balance — rarely more than $1000 — and most of my deposits are between $50 and $200.

But here’s the best part… it’s called “no questions asked” because when I gave it to her, I told her she never had to ask me before spending the money or explain what she spent the money on. I never (I mean never) ask where the money went!

I don’t see the bank statements for this account, and it’s not included in our online banking.

So if you’re looking for a unique way to acknowledge all the things your spouse does to support you, consider opening a “No Questions Asked” checking account in their name.

My name is Mike Stevens, and I am a printer.

  • Mike Stevens

    An interesting comment Dan… but you have the advantage on me.

    Can you explain why this kind of unconditional generosity insult your wife?

    I’ve missed you point I think…

    -Mike

  • Dan Huntingford

    Hey Mad Man! Wow, welcome to the 1950s. My wife would be so insulted by something like that, I’d probably have to sleep under my desk for a month. Her mother would be rolling over in her grave.
    But if it works for you, I don’t have any problem with it.

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