Personality tests are used to give us insights on how we perceive the world, how we interact with others, and how we make decisions. Whether you believe in them or not, personality tests are a big hit with relationship experts, teambuilders, and even employers. Knowing more about yourself and those around you can help you build more meaningful connections. You can also build a better relationship with your finances by understanding your goals and motivations. Read on to learn what your money personality type means for your wallet.
The Myers-Briggs personality types are the most commonly used in personal and professional fields. These four-letter personality types represent different spectrums of social and psychological factors like introversion/extroversion and thinking/feeling.
Since personality types dive into things like decision making, it’s no surprise that they can also be applied to finances. Your “money personality type” may say a lot about your spending, saving, and investing habits. Are you the type to set limits on your shopping spree? Do you have a friend who insists on always covering the bill? These spending tendencies not only reflect our financial goals, but also who we are as a person.
Interested to see how your personality type handles money? This infographic covers all 16 Myers-Briggs personality types to reveal their likely money moves. Whether your type needs help budgeting or could use some investing advice, read on to discover more about your money habits and how to make the right moves to improve your finances.