Neither my husband nor I are on Facebook. I hate that thing.
We have a primary email account, which is shared, and we each have a backup account in case of both trying to join the same forum. And, yes, we know each other’s passwords. He does most of the banking stuff, though I do pay bills at times, but I do know the numbers. We keep a file of them, just in case. We live overseas, so we have a file with all of our passport numbers, too. We have separate cell phones (so we can call each other), but we each know the lock to the other’s phone. Mine changes regularly because some of our daughters need to know it when they borrow my phone, but the little ones always try to take pictures with it and run down the battery. :rolleyes: So I have to keep him updated on it, and he usually forgets. As the numbers are always either our anniversary or some feast of Our Lady, though, he could figure it out if he needed to and had forgotten. (Or he could ask our girls.) His doesn’t change, so I remember it. The bill is joint.
I am with the ones who think that if I have nothing to hide, why would I have any secrets? My husband knows my account on this forum, for instance, and though I’ve told him the password – it’s always the same one – I always use the auto-login option anyway.