Splitting Expenses With Friends and Family Can Cost $51 Billion: PayPal Study - AARP
Sharing expenses between friends and family is bound to cost you more money and take a toll on your relationship. A PayPal (PYPL) study found the average respondent was owed $450 by friends and family, totaling $51 billion.
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