Spendthrift, Contentment, or Miser? What’s Your Money Personality?

Money Personality

Someone’s wealth can easily be identified with their net worth. If your net worth is zero (or negative), then you are officially broke. If you have a net worth that’s $100,000 or thereabouts, you’re pretty average. And if your net worth exceeds $2 million, it’s pretty safe to say that you’re wealthy. But this doesn’t necessarily say anything about your money personality now does it?

What’s Your Money Personality?

So what’s the difference between a current state of wealth and a money personality? Won’t the wealthy simply have a saver personality and the broke have a spending personality? You’d think so, but not necessarily.

1) Spendthrift

Spendthrift def. = a person who spends money in an extravagant, irresponsible way.

The ‘spendthrift’ money personality gets a charge out of spending money. They see the item in the store and their adrenaline starts pumping, their eyes get big, . . . → Read More: Spendthrift, Contentment, or Miser? What’s Your Money Personality?