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Almost half lie to spouse about what they spend on holidays, survey finds

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When it comes to holiday spending, couples who agree to spending limits are happier in their relationship that couples who don’t, a new survey finds.

Quicken surveyed 1,000 couples about their spending habits over the holidays.

Those who said they agree to spending limits rated their relationship satisfaction 16% higher.

But nearly half (47%) of those who said they set a limit have deceived their spouse about how much they spend on gifts.

More than a quarter (28%) said they spend more on themselves during the holiday season than they do on their spouse.

Click here to read the full survey results.

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