How different personality types feel about money
Different types of people have different attitudes towards money. Psychologists have identified eight typical models. Find out how what money is for you according to psychologists! But first, subscribe to our Telegram channel. We often publish such valuable articles!
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ESTJ and ESFJ are among the most structured personas regarding the same minister. They plan the budget and consider the expenses to the smallest detail. The importance of such people is given in planning income and savings for children’s education.
When they finally feel secure, having created an airbag, they will gladly begin to enrich their lives. People who love solid furniture, appliances, and household items. They will save up with an inheritance for an annual vacation in an exciting place.
ESTJs tend to calculate risk and make serious investments. ESFJ gives gifts, raises money for various events, and buys stylish clothes.
The ISFJ and ISTJ will take care of deferring payment of the amount for a rainy day in the first place. People usually spend a regular event when accounts replenish deposits. Practical and obedient, they read the practice of personal finance management and, as a rule, use the recommendations of financial advisers in practice.
ISTJs are the most common type among accountants. They need to repay consumer mortgage loans ahead of schedule. They want to spend money on “excesses” that make life more enjoyable. Quality furniture, going to good restaurants, and traveling to their favorite vacation spots pleasure them.
For ESTP and ESFP, money is an experience and a pleasure. They can live to the fullest, and money is the resource that allows the need to be established. Spontaneous trips, tickets to music festivals, or investing in bold business ventures. They don’t mind financial risk.
Such people are adventurous; they believe playing it safe is missing out on some of life's joy and sensations. ESTP and ESFP save more as they reach middle age. But they must always know they have “wiggle room” for spontaneous adventures and fun.
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ISTP and ISFP have a flexible approach to money. What matters is the calculation of the amount of money set aside in case of unforeseen circumstances. But they have the opportunity to use it when they have exciting opportunities.
Whether it’s investing in a business or traveling around Europe, people are always looking for adventures that provide their sense of taste for life.
ISTPs and ISFPs see money as a vehicle for their passions and interests. They invest in comfortable, high-quality furniture and household appliances if they get married. They are also very responsive and always come to the aid of friends in need in a crisis or particular situation.
Types of EJ research results on immediate and future investments. However, since ENTJ and ENFJ share a common intuition, they are not as detailed and precise in their budgets as EST/FJ.
They can multiply money by investing in businesses, non-profit activities, or market resources.
ENTJ and ENFJ need to see a return on investment. While they enjoy having deposits and retirement plans, they are not so heavily invested in savings to release other options.
When they have extra money, they are happy to use it for investments, education, travel, profit, or experience that expands their outlook on life.
Types INTJ and INFJ use money to explore their expertise. Both types care about economy and safety, but not to the same extent as ENTJ and ENFJ.
INTJ is very objective about money and doesn’t miss investment opportunities to maximize profits. INFJ is more likely to use the money to fulfill its calling.
Both types value education and invest heavily in their professional and professional growth. When clouds have extra money, they would rather spend it on education, travel, and creative pursuits than furniture and clothes.
ENFP and ENTP are not afraid to take risks and see money as an opportunity to live life to the fullest to expand their experience and reach. As a rule, they love to travel and visit new places where they get inspiration and new ideas.
Having a retirement plan inspires them less than the feeling of seizing the moment here and now.
As ENFP and ENTP reach middle age, they realize it’s time to take on financial responsibility. But they still can’t resist the temptation to spend some of their income on entertainment for exciting new experiences. Both types love to invest in travel, education, books, and business opportunities.
INFP and INTP prefer to use the money to further their unique personal interests. Investing in hobbies, development, and creative pursuits is a source of inspiration for them. Often this means buying books and personal growth courses, which sometimes translates into buying tickets for exotic or extreme travel.
These types of people do not like to plan a budget and are not very good at saving money, while they like to live in a comfortable environment that suits their interests. While they are less interested in material things than in attractive opportunities or inspiring experiences, they are not at all against when it comes to quality furniture, new appliances, and cosmetics of famous brands.
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