New report reveals details about couples who commit ‘financial infidelity’

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DENVER -- A new report says more people are cheating on their partners, at least when it comes to being honest with their finances.

It's called financial infidelity -- spouses who have secret bank accounts or credit cards the other spouse doesn't know about.

Researchers say 6 million Americans are guilty of it.

And two out of three times, the ones hiding the accounts are men.

There's more information in Aristea Brady's video report.