What is your relationship with money?
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I have trouble saving money.
I have a set amount I save consistently.
I enjoy saving as much as possible every time I get paid.
I don’t have time to save, I’m too busy spending.
I look for discounts and deals and then save a little each month.
I’ll save for it first; then I will buy it if it’s something I really want.
If it’s important enough, I will find a way to afford it otherwise, I will forget about it.
I will not buy it because it’s more than I can afford.
I’ll buy it or charge it, even if I can’t afford it. I only live once!
I will buy it, but may feel guilty later or have buyer’s remorse.
I would pay off debt, take a vacation and invest the rest.
I would put it in the bank and decide what to do with it later as I am overwhelmed.
I would spend it on expensive items, vacations, cars and live it up!
I would find a high risk investment to double my money.
Immediately put it somewhere safe so I don’t spend it.
To always know how much money I have.
To have enough money to enjoy myself.
To save as much money as possible.
To be able to have enough money to afford whatever I want and leave money for family.
Goals? I just want to have fun and live my best life.
No idea how much money I spent.
Got further into debt.
Just making ends meet.
Saved a set amount of money and planned next month’s spending.
Saved a lot of money.
I want to keep as much of it as possible.
I keep a watchful eye on my money but don’t know what I’m doing.
I want more of it because there are things I want to buy.
I should be thinking about it more but I don’t.
I keep an eye on it and consistently have more than I started with.
I get distracted by so many things to buy.
I buy a majority of items on sale.
I create a list and stick to it most of the time.
I buy whatever I want, no matter how much it cost.
I buy what is cheapest.
I keep track of things off and on.
I‘m not sure what I should be tracking.
I usually compare my statements to see how much more money I have now.
I don’t track my money. I have more important things to do.
I have detailed tracking system and know the amounts down to the penny.
I don’t mind running up a balance as long as I can pay it off quickly.
I use credit cards a lot and tend to make the minimum payment most of the time.
I hate credit cards and like to use cash or debit cards mostly
I have several credit cards and always tend to make more than the minimum payment
I’m surprised that I owe so much, especially with the late fees added.
I use a credit card for emergencies
I never have any money left over to save for an emergency
I have a good amount saved but not sure if it’s enough
I’ve prepared for almost any financial emergency that may arise
I always have plenty of enough money saved for almost any emergency
Not very often.
Constantly, it’s one of the main things I worry about.
Only when a financial crisis happens.
Not at all, I have a plan in place to manage it.
I’m not worried about it; I just want to spend it.
Since I plan on hitting it big, the future will probably be fine.
I'm somewhat concerned as I feel I don’t have enough saved or invested.
I’m hoping I will have enough money saved up
I have no idea what I’m going to do once I’m much older.
I’m fairly confident, since I have been saving and investing for decades.
If someone asks me about managing money, I…
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Think I know it all
Realize I need more education and information
Feel comfortable but open to new strategies
Avoid talking about and change the subject