Eighty percent of married couples hide some purchases from their spouse, according to a survey by nonprofit CESI Debt Solutions
– with men admitting they’re more likely to routinely cover up their spending.
The survey revealed 30 percent of respondents view financial infidelity as being just as harmful as sexual infidelity. What’s more, 79 percent of married respondents were more likely to confess about their financial infidelity to a friend than their spouse.
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