Have you been hiding cash from your significant others?
A OnePoll survey for StockX found that 37 percent of people admitted to having a secret stash of cash. And how much is squirrelled away? On average, it's just over $2,000. Part of the reason is because couples often differ on how to handle money.
The top disagreement respondents have with their partner is over concerns about debt (31%), followed by concerns that either they (30%) or their partner (23%) spend too much money. Regardless of the bickering, 83 percent of Americans believe it’s important to have open and honest.
The survey finds 62 percent believe the statement “opposites attract” is true, especially when it comes to finances. The average respondent said they have seven arguments about money per month with their partner.
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