6. He has recently taken on a new P.O.Box or alternative address. This behavior implies that your partner needs a secret way to interact with others. Financial infidelity is one reason he may need this secrecy ... that is, to receive bills, financial statements and/or money from sources he does not want you to know about. —Tracy Deagan
7. He has done it before. You have knowledge that your partner previously went bankrupt, had a gambing problem or was behind in his bills, especially for child support payments. These activities may indicate money problems, which can, in turn, indicate he has a problematic relationship with money. —Tracy Deagan
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