Financial infidelity is a concept that began many years ago.
Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2015
Debt Consolidation USA discussed in a recently published article some of the most common ways spouses commit financial infidelity. The article titled “5 Ways People Commit Financial Infidelity” takes a look at how financial infidelity happens within married couples and even with those living together.
The article starts off by explaining how financial infidelity is a concept that began many years ago. People have been hearing about this and have been looking for ways to address this issue. Sadly, for many married couples, finances play such a big part of the relationship that it can sometimes make or break a marriage.
One of the ways people commit this type of infidelity is by opening and keeping a secret bank account that their partner does not know about. They are able to siphon off money to that secret account and build it over time. This is a prime example of how partners cheat with their money and destroy a relationship.
Another example the article points out is how partners are able to acquire assets under their names and leaving out their partners. It is different if it was meant to be a surprise or as a gift and revealing it during a birthday or an anniversary. But if it was meant to be kept a secret from their partner, then it is usually categorized as cheating.
Investing in a business venture and allocating a part of the household budget in secret for it is another prime example of financial infidelity. One partner is kept out of the loop and as the returns on the money comes in, they are unaware of it. The same goes when they are already neck deep in debt because of bad investment decisions.
To read the full article, click on this link: https://www.debtconsolidationusa.com/personal-finance/5-ways-people-commit-financial-infidelity.html