Get Out of Debt Guy

Find Out What Your Money Personality Is

Posted February 25, 2013

Dealing with money, credit and debt requires you to have a good understanding of what your unconscious money angel or devil inside you is whispering in your ear. Are they telling you to spend or save. Are they allowing you to be logical in dealing with your money or emotional?

Isn't it about time you found out what your money personality really is and uncover how it controls your spending?

Maybe you are you a balanced spender/investor or are you a binge spender? Knowing what your natural tendencies are will help you to develop a safer awareness of where your money goes and why you spend or save they way you do.

Are you a big spender or a micromanager? Well let's find out. Take this fun quiz to find out which money personality best describes your style of money management.

It will help you are your spouse or partner to better understand why they spend the way they do as well and be a great first step to allowing you to have a better understanding of your family spending habits.

Knowing your money personality will bring awareness and awareness allows you to take conscious action to change the way you handle money if that's what you want to do.

Discovering your money personality is important. It will give you a much needed awareness about how to approach your spending and saving habits.

Taking the test is painless and takes only a couple of minutes. If you are ready to take the test, click on the money personality test link here.

I'm always here to help. If you have a question you'd like to ask to help you to get out of debt, click here and watch for the answer on the WRAL website.

Steve Rhode
WRAL Get Out of Debt Guy

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About this Blog:

Steve Rhode has had careers in opthalmology, real estate and as the head of a nonprofit debt counseling firm. On his blog, he offers hard-won, free advice about getting out of debt, consolidation and making the right choices as you manage your money.