Is your spouse hiding assets from you? It's possible. Financial infidelity is more common than you might think. In fact, a recent study found that 15 million people are hiding money from their live-in partners in financial accounts such as checking and savings accounts. Many spouses move money around because they believe that it will protect them in a divorce, but you may be able to track down the assets that they've hidden if you know where to look.
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