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Love & Money: Are You Guilty of Financial Infidelity?

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Kelley Keehn

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Kelley Keehn
On the Money Contributor

-Do you spend small sums of money or make minor purchases without telling your partner?

-Do you stash money in a secret place without telling your spouse?

-Do you sneak purchases into your home?

-Do you lie or have you ever lied to your partner about the cost of something you bought?

-Do you hide bills, receipts, or credit card statements from your mate?

-Do you give or loan money to your family or friends without telling your spouse?

-Do you spend large sums of money or make major purchases without telling your partner?

-Is your spouse unaware of how much you spend on meals, entertainment, clothing, or personal expenditures?

-Have you concealed your credit history from your spouse?

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-Do you have one or more credit cards your spouse doesn’t know about?

-Have you purposely concealed your salary or annual income from your spouse?

-Have you liquidated assets without your spouse’s knowledge or consent?

-Do have one a bank account your spouse doesn’t know about?

-Do you have outstanding loans or debts that your spouse doesn’t know about?

-Do you have assets (property, investments, etc) that your spouse doesn’t know about?

-Have you misrepresented your financial status to your spouse?