MO AND PHINDI | How to deal with financial infidelity in your marriage

Partner may have feelings of betrayal, loss of trust, and even want to leave the relationship

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When one partner conceals important financial information or activity from the other, they’re engaging in financial infidelity. When you deliberately choose not to tell the truth about your income or spending, no matter how big or small, that is financial infidelity.

Some of the most common examples include hiding a purchase, secretly paying or supporting someone without the knowledge of your spouse, opening secret credit cards or new accounts, stashing bills, and even having a secret savings account...

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