Survey reveals that many partners keep money habits to themselves

Ten per cent of people don't know what their partner earns, according to new research from Permanent TSB.

10th November, 2013

Ten per cent of people don't know what their partner earns, according to new research from Permanent TSB.

Permanent TSB has just launched its new switching index, a report that looks at Irish consumers' switching, spending and saving habits. The first instalment of the research, which was conducted by Amárach Research on behalf of the bank, gave some insight into how money affects relationships between couples and families.

According to the findings,...

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