Each of us has a personality that affects the way we view the world. Similar to how your social personality may influence your interactions with other people, your financial personality can have an impact on the way that you make decisions about money. While there are no "right" or "wrong" personalities, the PoundWise profile can help you to be more mindful of the financial decisions you make. Click below to get started.
When driving home late after a night out with friends, do you prefer: *

You and a companion have plans to go skiing. You have purchased nonrefundable ski tickets, rented skis, and driven to a resort. When you arrive the conditions are rotten; it's cold, it's icy, and some of the ski lifts are not operating because of high winds. Are you more-likely to: *

Among your friends, do you believe you have: *

You've had a terrible, stressful day, do you prefer: *

You have just finished saving for a "once-in-a-lifetime" vacation. Three weeks before you plan to leave, you lose your job. You would: *

If you are buying a new car, do you prefer: *

When you think of the word "risk" which of the following words comes to mind first? *

Money to you is: *

Shopping is: *

Do you believe that high school and college students: *

Wearing designer clothing and accessories is: *

Which of the following would be better advice for you? *

You plan to buy a new TV from a nearby electronics store for $500. Before leaving your house, you learn that a store across town is selling the same model TV for $485. How likely are you to drive to the other store to buy the less-expensive TV? *

It is one month before your significant-other's birthday. You have just bought an outstanding, one-of-a-kind gift for them that you know that they will love for sure. How likely are you to get excited and to give the gift in advance of their actual birthday? *

The future: *

How do you feel when you buy something on sale? *

Which do you believe is a bigger determinant of success? *

PoundWise also has a system that analyzes your investing and spending transactions and makes recommendations about how you can improve your financial outcomes. Are you interested in learning about this analysis? *

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