Women Are More Likely Than Men To Do This Financial Favor For Their Partner

In the U.S., Americans have acquired an estimated $921 billion in debt belonging to a current or ex-partner. And those assuming responsibility over a significant other’s debt took on $23,238 on average.

 

That’s according to a new survey from online comparison platform Finder. To determine the approximate amount of debt Americans have acquired on behalf of their partners, Finder asked over 2,000 U.S. adults ages 18 to 91 to share how much debt they’ve taken on from a past or current partner, why they took on that debt and what type of debt it is. Click to continue reading…

 

 

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