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Nearly 80% of adults in serious relationships have never hidden financial information from their spouses or partners, according to a Harris Interactive Personal Finance Poll.

Despite this apparent honesty, more than half (51%) of survey respondents still argued about finances. The most common disagreements included: irresponsible spending (19%), not saving enough (10%), not paying bills on time (7%) and not consulting with one another before making a purchase (6%).

Source: Harris Interactive, www.harrisinteractive.com .

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