According to a study done by the U.S. Census Bureau, when a wife makes more than her husband, the income the couple reports on certain surveys for the wife is occasionally 1.5 percentage points lower on average than her actual income. So why are women lying about the amount they make? Jillian Berman, reporter at MarketWatch, joins to explain that societal norms about men being the 'breadwinner' still stand and perhaps some women still feel uncomfortable making over 50% of the household income.