By Tim Kowols
With 72 percent of Americans stressed out about money according to the American Psychological Association, admitting to financial infidelity could help ease the tension on your bank account and your relationship. Financial infidelity usually includes missing tax and bill payments, overspending, or even not telling your partner about a gap in employment. Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors has seen it a lot and says couples should stay transparent with each other when it comes to their money.
Pustaver says that even if the conversation is uncomfortable, you have to do it with your spouse in order to foster some change.