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  Are you guilty of financial infidelity?


Are you keeping money secrets from your spouse? Hiding that extra credit card or impulse purchase from your spouse may seem harmless, but it eats away at the trust that is the foundation of any good relationship.

Take our quiz to find out if you are guilty of financial infidelity.
  1. I hide purchases from my spouse.

    Often
    Sometimes
    Never
  2. I stash money in a secret place without telling my spouse.

    Often
    Sometimes
    Never
  3. I cover up financial losses rather than fessing up to my spouse.

    Often
    Sometimes
    Never
  4. I fib, telling my spouse I spent less than I actually paid.

    Often
    Sometimes
    Never
  5. I gamble or buy and sell stock without telling my spouse.

    Often
    Sometimes
    Never
Bankrate.com's corrections policy -- Posted: Jan. 4, 2008
 
 
 
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