Is your spouse guilty of financial infidelity?

July 29, 2008 12:00:00 AM PDT
Are you or your spouse guilty of financial infidelity? In these hard economic times, it can become more devastating than a physical affair. Adryenn Ashley, the author of "Every Single Girl's Guide to Her Future Husband's Last Divorce," shares her tips on how to spot the signs.

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Tips for overcoming financial infidelity:

  1. Make sure your intimacy level is good before revealing the problem.

  2. Come clean and have a plan to pay off the debt.

  3. Be willing to talk with a professional if necessary to help resolve the debt.

  4. Be truly sorry.

  5. Create a spending plan that leaves room for each person to make personal spending choices (up to a preset amount).

About Adryenn Ashley
Adryenn Ashley is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Certified Asset Protection Specialist, and Forensic Accountant, who breaks down complicated financial issues, empowering women to take crucial steps toward their own financial health.


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