Survey: lying about money to your partner is as bad as cheating

Feb. 2, 2023 - John Egan - Forbes

Amy Pridemore, executive director of the Virginia Credit Union Financial Success Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, recommends being open about discussing finances, whether you and your partner combine your assets or keep them separate. Your conversations should include reviewing financial goals that may be clashing, such as your desire to reduce debt and your partner’s desire to save money for a dream vacation.

“Sharing these goals with one another supports accountability and fosters an environment of transparency between couples,” Pridemore says.

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