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64% of Couples Have Committed "Financial Infidelity"—How to Stop It in Your Relationship

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64% of Couples Have Committed "Financial Infidelity"—How to Stop It in Your Relationship




<p>Ever stashed a package in your closet, cleared your browser shopping history, or deleted email receipts to <a rel="noopener noreferrer" href=" target="_blank">keep your partner in the dark</a> about your purchases? Apparently, there's a term for this—"financial infidelity"—and it's a lot more common than you might think.</p>
<p>A recent <a rel="noopener noreferrer external nofollow" href=" target="_blank">study by Circuit</a> found that 64 percent of people who live with their partners have resorted to these habits within the last year, spending an average of $475 behind their partners' backs. It may seem harmless, but Circuit's study showed the opposite to be true: 1 in 4 participants say these behaviors constitute cheating, and 1 in 10 say

hidden purchases hurt more than an <a rel="noopener noreferrer" href=" target="_blank">emotional affair</a>. A further 1 in 10 confesses that this habit has negatively impacted their sexual life.</p>
<p>"Financial infidelity breaches the trust that's foundational to a healthy partnership," says…



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