Some couples can't agree on spending limits for the holiday season
A survey from Quicken finds that 70% of couples say they agree on holiday spending limits.
But 30% say they don't agree on the amounts they're spending.
The report finds that those couples who fail to set spending limits are twice as likely to wish their spouse had spent more on them.
Also, if you've splurged on something just for yourself, you're not alone.
Nearly a third of Americans say they spend more on themselves during the holiday season than they do on their spouse.
One in five people say they've actually forgotten to get a gift for their spouse.