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Published on Jun 18, 2012
Hiding Your Money & Financial Infidelity are BIG issues and before you think it couldn't happen to you:
In a recent Forbes poll, 1 in 5 people admitted to hiding money from their spouse. This is a big problem in relationships. So what do you do if you find this is happening in your relationship?
Financial Infidelity starts with the little lies, cheating or hoarding money of any amount from your significant other. Even if it's only $5 here or there, it adds up to big problems later.
It starts with hiding the change from a cash purchase and progresses into low limit credit cards that the other doesn't know about to paying for an item with half cash to hide the true amount of the purpose and then moves with high limit credit cards with large amounts of debt that your partner is unaware of.
That's what financial infidelity is all about. You shouldn't have to avoid speaking to your spouse or significant other about financial issues.
If you think or even know that you're guilty of financial infidelity yourself, I challenge you to learn more about your money personality and your spouses money personality and then learn to bridge the gap WITHOUT confrontation!