If you steal from your kid's piggy bank, do you feel guilty? You should. Here's an even better question, do you worry that your parents used to steal from you?

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A new survey found 46% of parents have taken money out of their kids' piggy banks. They've stolen an average of $31 in the past year with 10% have taken at least $73.

There's more. The survey also found moms are more likely to take money out than dads. But dads take more when they do. Only 39% of the kids noticed money was missing and 93% of parents swear they replaced the money regardless.

Read more at The Telegraph.