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Financial infidelity is a real problem and you should protect your marriage from it. According to the data from CreditCards.com, there are 13 million Americans who have admitted to keeping a secret account from their partner. Unlike adultery, this type of infidelity is something that does not involve outside factors. It is all within yourself. It is also something that is not exclusive to married couples. You can commit this financial sin regardless of the type of relationship you are in. It is just that this type of infidelity is more destructive when it happens between married couples. It is very important that you and your spouse will agree on how you will handle the household income. While it is okay that only one will make the decisions, the other should always know what is going on. The one making the decisions should inform them of everything - just so they can raise any concerns that the other one may have missed. Money is a sensitive topic in any relationship so you have to be on guard. Do not make room for infidelity to grow roots. Before you know it, the situation is already too late and you have gone beyond the ability to repair your broken marriage. All the fights and disagreements about money, no matter how small, can leave a mark. Do not let money problems destroy your marriage.