Thursday, March 29, 2007

Tax Returns Expose Cheating Lovers

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Filing a tax return with your partner could cause you to file for divorce according to one infidelity expert in New York.

Ruth Houston runs a website called and she says tax season is a good time to find out if your significant other is cheating on you.

Houston says certain figures on tax forms could reveal infidelity and suggests suspicious folks pay close attention to the income section of the return and see if your partner’s salary matches up with what you think they earn.

Says Houston: “If your spouse has been working over time and there’s no increase in their salary, then they may be lying about their work hours and sneaking off to cheat.”

Houston also suggests looking at your partner’s 1040 form and analyzing their “taxable interests.” It might reveal a secret bank account or odd business and dining expenses.

If you don’t want to sift through the forms for details, you can still get a clue if your mate suggests filing separate returns.

Houston says filing separate returns or wanting you to sign forms without reading them are definitely red flags.

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