Financial infidelity can ruin your finances and marriage. Tai and Talaat from His and Her Money share how they worked through it and how you two can be a team again.
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Financial Infidelity and Marriage
Financial infidelity can be devastating to your relationship and money. A recent survey found that 6% of Americans keep a secret bank account or credit card from their spouse. One in five in that survey said they spent $500 or more without their spouse knowing.
There are different reasons for someone to have these accounts or spend their money, but if you want to work through this and keep your marriage, it’s going to take some work.
You have to address the root cause and come up with a way to reestablish the trust.
Tai and Talaat went through this as they were planning their wedding.
Overcoming Financial Infidelity Show Notes
In case you’re pressed for time, here are some big highlights from the show:
- How Tai Discovered Talaat’s Secret Debt
- How and Why They Decided to Be on the Same Team
- How They Created a Financial System That Works for Both of Them
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