Millions of Americans keep the same dirty secret from their partner

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% of millennials, 24% of people ages 38 to 53, and 17% of baby boomers have at some point had an account they keep secret from a partner.

Lying about having private accounts is actually more common than many people think, said Kimberly Palmer personal finance expert at NerdWallet.

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