A new survey from CreditCards.com shows that many couples are unfaithful about money.
About 40% of Americans admit to having committed financial infidelity. The most common offense is spending more money than your partner. Others have secret credit cards or secret bank accounts.
“The most common reason people have given us is because they want privacy, they want to manage their own money,” said Ted Rossman, industry analyst at CreditCards.com.
Rossman said millennials are most likely to commit financial infidelity, and this can often lead to feelings of betrayal.
“You think, hey, I thought I really knew this person and they kept this a secret for so long …”
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