husband has an impulse control problem and I. am. livid. I suspected he was planning to go to a casino yesterday and he confirmed it when he called me on his way there after working on chores with his sibs at his parents' house. I've had discussions with him about our finances so he knows how I feel about throwing money away when we can't afford to do that. He didn't ask me how much was available for him (none) when he called. It was just an FYI call. The amount we had in our checking account would have "just" covered a credit card payment I made on Friday which will likely hit our account tomorrow (Monday). Fearful that he would go to an ATM and see that amount and think he could tap whatever he wanted, I transferred most of it to our savings account, which I only maintain $25 in as a requirement of being a member at this credit union (the interest is negligible so I keep other savings elsewhere). That left about $142 available in checking. He withdrew $100 (plus the ATM fee) when he got there as far as I could see when I logged into our account. I went to bed around midnight. husband rolled in around 4am. That was annoying as it is because he's supposed to drive with me to pick up difficult child 1 from camp this morning and it's 100 miles each way. How did he think he'd be fresh enough to drive that far on 3 or 4 hours of sleep? I just checked our account, and that dastard withdrew an additional $280 plus fees from our SAVINGS account where I'd stashed the money!!! I am so flaming angry I am tempted to take his ATM card away AND his credit cards. But I'm not going to do that. I AM going to call the psychiatrist and rat out husband and I'm going to INSIST to husband that he discuss this issue with psychiatrist when he goes for his appointment on the 9th. Meanwhile, I transferred back what was left of the money and have had to transfer MORE money from my emergency account held elsewhere and cross my fingers it gets there before the credit card payment posts to our account. I'm going to kick his proverbial **** if we get hit with overdraft fees (to the tune of about $28 per transaction) because of this.