Definition of "commingling"
  1. The act of blending the funds of one party with those of another, often seen among spouses, business partners, and fiduciaries, which can become problematic due to potential conflict of interest or changes in property status
How to use "commingling" in a sentence
  1. The trustee was reprimanded for the commingling of his personal funds with those of the estate.
  2. In their joint account, they practiced commingling of their individual incomes.
  3. The partners were unaware of the risks of commingling their personal assets with the company's finances.

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