Melisssa Leong asked financial experts about this financial quandary.
Darren Gingras, president of The Common Sense Divorce says:
“Throughout our lives, we will be asked to trust others with our valuables. Doing so may mean that someone will show you their love through their respect or someone you love may betray your trust and you could be on the hook for their lack of self-control. So if you’re thinking of sharing your PIN with your spouse (or anyone else), take note: one way or the other, you will end up with either a life-long confidant or simply a long-life lesson.”
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