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What Kind Of Financial Personality Are You? - Money Under 30

Frugal Saver

Being a Frugal Saver means all your money is going towards saving.

How you can improve: 

  • Oversaving won’t make you happy. Spend responsibly. 
  • If you’re not saving, you may also not be investing. Investing allows you to grow your money over time.
  • Investing doesn’t have to be all about stocks and bonds, you can invest with just a few cents thanks to apps, or you can invest through Robo-advisors who do nearly all the work for you.

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Financial personality

We all spend, save, and invest differently. That’s because we’re all inherently different people with different personalities. 

Knowing your financial personality can help you make a plan to spend more responsibly and come up with a budget that works for you.

Financial Sage

How you can improve:

  • You’re probably depriving yourself of something, even if that’s just a cup of coffee now and then.
  • If you're concerned about money, try to make more money by getting a side hustle.

Spendthrift

The Spendthrift has a spend-first mentality. 

How you can improve:

  • Combining responsibility with a little bit of spending is the key.
  • If you’re sick of seeing dismal savings rates in your bank account, upgrade to a high-yield savings account.

YOLO Spender

YOLO Spenders will spend it all, happily.
You Only Live Once,” they tell themselves.

How you can improve:

  • One of the best options for those who overspend is paying yourself first. Put a chunk of money into your savings account every paycheck.

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