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Are you hiding a money secret?
Maybe you snuck a latte in this morning even though you and your spouse swore off the coffee shop to save money.
Maybe you told your boyfriend those shoes you bought were on sale, when really you paid full price.
Or maybe you’re waiting for just the right moment to reveal to your fiancé that you have a $12,000 credit card bill hanging over your head.
Everyone knows financial issues can make or break a relationship, and yet we’re guessing few of us are completely honest with our spouse or partner when it comes to money.
TODAY.com and SELF magazine are partnering to find out the truth about money lies.
We want to hear from you: How much financial information do you have to share with your partner, and when? What is an acceptable little white lie, and when does not being upfront about finances constitute financial infidelity?
Click here to take our survey, and we’ll use the results in some upcoming stories.