Financial abuse   

If your partner tightly controls your money, or spends it selfishly and recklessly, you might be experiencing financial abuse. Financial abuse includes:

  • Making you account for every penny you spend
  • Making you ask for money when you need it
  • Limiting you to an allowance
  • Not letting you have a bank account
  • Keeping you in the dark about family finances
  • Denying you and the children basic things you need (like food, clothes, heating or bus fares)
  • Making you work long hours to support their spending
  • Stealing from you
  • Stopping you from getting or keeping a job
  • Taking your money and blaming you for it
  • Running up debts in your name fraudulently (without you knowing)
  • Making you take out loans under duress (against your will)
It is very common for people experiencing domestic abuse to have less control over their finances and to be left with debts when the relationship ends.
 

 

 

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