(Undated) -- A new study has found that deception, when it comes to money, can put pressure on an otherwise happy relationship.
Conducted by the National Endowment for Financial Education, the poll found that one-third of the respondents admitted to having lied to their partner about their personal or joint finances.
Thirty-five percent reported having been lied to by a loved one in the past. Almost half said lies about money have been the cause of arguments, and 33 percent said that the financial infidelity has led to a lack of trust in the relationship overall. Ten percent said it had resulted in divorce for them.