Has this ever happen to you or someone you know:
Financial infidelity isn't uncommon. One in 3 people who said they'd co-mingled their finances also said they'd either committed or experienced an act of financial deceit. Financial infidelity occurs when one spouse or relationship partner hides assets or debts, or commits other acts in secret that are detrimental to the couple's joint finances. It might sound sexy. But in fact, it's a serious breach of trust in a relationship and can result in a big argument, or worse. By becoming aware of your thoughts and energy around money will determine whether your ideal financial relationship will thrive or just survive.
Join us for this special 30 minutes premiere rescheduled podcast with Debrah Mathis – she will share flags and signs to look, highlight the importance of keep your eyes open and not be willfully blind, and how to make a shift towards making your financial relationship better.
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