No couple likes to talk about money, but after a certain point in a relationship, money talk becomes inevitable. Living your life with someone has to mean having some shared financial goals. How are you supposed to, for example, purchase a house together if only one of you is saving for your half of the down payment? You can’t very well buy half of a house. And how are you supposed to even qualify for a mortgage if one of you keeps her credit card use low and pays it off on time, while the other has accrued a tremendous amount of credit card debt? It’s easy to quickly see how your financial futures become entwined which is why not talking about money is not an option. Of course, there’s no guarantee your partner will abide by the rules. Here are signs your partner is financially cheating on you.
He hates when you throw away mail
He is interested in the dozens of credit card offers that arrive every week, so he doesn’t like it when you throw the mail away. He’s likely signed up for more credit cards than you’re aware of.