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  • Quiz

    What's Your Money Type?

    Look on any dating site and it’s crystal clear that people are drawn to their own particular type of person. But, ask one of those folks to categorize their relationship with money, and they invariably come up short. Deborah Price, CEO & founder of The Money Coaching Institute, says that knowing your "money type" is important because each type represents certain behaviors and tendencies. Doing a little introspection will help forge a better relationship with money.  So which money type are you? 

  • What's Your Money Type?

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    I save a portion of my income each and every month.
  • What's Your Money Type?

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    Imagine that you could put any money you’ve saved in a dresser drawer for one year. After that year, the cash would be worth 2% more. Would you do it?
  • What's Your Money Type?

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    Your company announces that they will now match 401(k) contributions. After hearing this news, you:
  • What's Your Money Type?

    4 of  10
    You’ve put yourself on a strict budget only $100 a week for “extras” (clothes, meals out, etc.) and you’re down to your last $20 when a friend offers to sell you front-row tickets to see the show you’ve been dying to see. What do you do?
  • What's Your Money Type?

    5 of  10
    When you invest money, do you prefer to buy mutual funds as opposed to one company’s stock?
  • What's Your Money Type?

    6 of  10
    My retirement plan consists mainly of:
  • What's Your Money Type?

    7 of  10
    When you get your paycheck, you:
  • What's Your Money Type?

    8 of  10
    Balancing your checkbook is something that fills you with a feeling of:
  • What's Your Money Type?

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    Your 23-year-old nephew wants you to cosign on a car loan for him. You say:
  • What's Your Money Type?

    10 of  10
    You’ve just won the lottery. Your first phone call is to:
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