Personal and family financial decisions are influenced by attitudes,
personality types, past experiences and family dynamics. When you
understand your attitude towards money, values that effect the way you
view and use money and your 'money personality,' you can make
financial decisions more effectively and reduce conflict about money
even when you and your spouse don't see 'eye to eye' when it comes to
This is the link to Purdue University's Focus on Money Personalities
in which Personality Profiles self-test can be found:
Parenting in a Nutshell: How do our financial attitudes influence our
children? Tips for helping our children learn to be financially
Practical How To's in setting financial goals, budgeting your money
and living on less than you earn---the best way to save!
Happiness: Recognize that who you compare yourself to effects how
happy you will be with what you have!