While sure it's nice to be all focused and serious about Money, why not look at it with some fun?
Saver or spender; which are you?
If you're a spender here's your likely story:
- You get anxious around pay-day figuring out which new pair of shoes or video game you'd like to buy next
- At the bar on Friday night you're the first person offering to buy a round (drink responsibly if you're going to :) )
- It's likely that there's more month at the end of your money than more money at the end of your month
- You have a closest full of clothes, books, sporting gear etc (no one is perfect right?)
If you're more of a saver here's your likely story:
- You clip coupons more often than you clip your lawns
- Scoopon is your favourite website
- You'll buy a round at the bar during happy hour only
- You make sure all the lights in your house are turned off when you leave the room
Sure the start of this article is a bit tongue in cheek however in most humour there is some truth.
5 questions you should ask about whether your a saver or spender
- Are the people you hang around savers or spenders & how does this affect your financial life?
- If you are in a relationship, what is your partner like with money?
- What spending habits have you picked up from childhood?
- Is where you're spending your $$ reflected in your "Money Values"?
- How often do you worry about spending your money?
The importance behind figuring out if you're a saver or spender is that it has the potential to impact your relationships, work & financial life
As a bit of fun, check out the ING Direct Spender or Saver money* quiz & let us know your results :)
Were you a saver or spender?
Do you feel there's potential to be both a saver and a spender?
How has being a saver or spender affected your life?
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