Pretty funny for me. When my wife and I got married, we put all our credit cards on the table. I had one. One to establish my credit and I think I had a $200 balance on it. My wife had around 8 cards, all major department store cards pretty much.
I asked her, "what's the APR on these cards?"
Her response, "what's an APR?"
My wife has come a LONG way. I handled the fiances in the beginning, but she didn't like that she felt that she didn't contribute anything to the marriage. I was working the sole job, and she just stayed home. So I educated her in fiance (that I knew, I'm not college degree guys), but it was enough to make her aware of interest, loans, and building credit. She now handles all our fiances and I don't even know what we have. I trust her, and I just have to ask if I can spend money when I want something, and give her a list of games I want so she can budget for it. Sometimes it sucks, but she does a great job with it. I've asked her several times if she wants me to take it back over, but she is content and likes her system for how she has it all set up. I've been told by friends that she could easily screw me in a divorce and the time leading up to it, but I trust her. I have to. I love her and she is my wife. If she is going to screw me over and divorce, I honestly would say that the fiances are the least of my worries in that scenario.