Both genders say they believe in financial honesty, but women sometimes cover up (shoe?!) purchases.
With more and more couples choosing cohabitation over marriage each year, the idea of couples sharing money matters is no longer reserved just for married folks. But what exactly are they sharing? The bills, for sure, because they have to — but what about the other things they spend their money on? Is it any of your partner's business that you bought those overpriced shoes on payday? According to the results of a new survey done by ING Direct and Capital One banks, it is.
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