Some people love their money so much they don’t even tell their partner about it. One in five people in a live-in relationship admit to “financial infidelity” — keeping a private bank account or credit card without telling a partner, according to a study released Monday by CreditCards.com. The survey of 2,000 people found 31-percent of millennials, 24-percent of people ages 38 to 53 and 17-percent of baby boomers have at some point had an account they keep secret from a partner. 31-percent of those in a relationship think that keeping a credit card, checking account or savings account secret from a partner is worse than cheating physically.
- Do you consider keeping financial secrets from your partner worse than physical cheating?