Are You A Saver Or A Spender?

What do you usually do with the money in your possession?

What do you usually do with the money in your possession?

Question 1/10
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How long does your salary last you?
Less than a week
Till the middle of the month
Till the end of the month with ton to spare

Question 2/10
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Before buying a new product you:
Just buy whatever looks nice
Check reviews online
Do pretty in depth research

Question 3/10
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Have you ever invested in the stock market?
Yes I have
I thought about it but no
No I haven't

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Do you own or rent a house?
I own a house
I rent

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Do you have health insurance?
Yes I do
No I don't

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What proportion of your salary do you save?
I don't save any
I save about 20%
I save more than 30%

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How often do you borrow money?
At least once a week
Every few months

Question 8/10
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What do you usually spend money on?
Basic necessities
Basic+small splurges
Month long spree of spending

Question 9/10
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What would you do if you received a bonus at work?
I would invest it
I would pay off some debts
I would save some and spend some

Question 10/10
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Which thought is more pressing when you go on vacation?
About what activities I can do
About if I can save enough
If I have enough money and what I can do

Big Spender
Your money is for all things pleasure and you love to buy new things. You are motivated by a desire for all the things that money can buy you in life. You usually spend your money as you get and you have no trouble figuring out what to spend it on.

Smart Spender
You know to use your money wisely. You make sure to put away enough to take care of responsibilities but also enough to indulge a little. Though you may splurge from time to time, you make sure to compare prices first.

You don't usually spend any of the money you get but if you do, it's usually once in a blue moon. You like to save any of the money you make in case you need it for future necessities or emergencies.

What Do You Think?