Most Czechs distrust their partner’s ability to manage money properly, according to a new poll by the Poštovní spořitelna savings bank, which surveyed 1,500 respondents. They are also reluctant to lend their partners money.
Some 19 per cent of women polled blame their partners for spending too much on cigarettes, while 15 per cent of men think women squander money on clothes.
But around one-third of respondents said they themselves spend too much on food and credit their partners with being better at saving for a rainy day.
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