Your cheatin’ wallet


Source: Jancee Dunn, New York Times ( Paid Registration )

"Financial infidelity" is described by Emily Garbinsky, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame, as “engaging in a financial behavior expected to be disapproved of by one’s romantic partner, and intentionally failing to disclose this behavior to them.” It can run the gamut from mild deceptions, such as neglecting to mention your daily coffee habit, to huge transgressions, like gambling away the kids’ college fund.

So, how can you recognize financial infidelity and stop it from eroding your family’s trust?

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