December’s $timulating Teen Tips

Have you ever heard of “money personality”

Do you know what your money personality is?

Listed are the five most common types.

Avoider: Someone who takes a long, long amount of time to decide to make a purchase

Collector: Someone who reinvests the money he/she has earned

Miser: Someone who does not like to spend money for any reason

Spender: The opposite of a Miser. Some who spends a lot of money

Thinker: Someone who creates ways to help others with their money and other peoples’ money

Begin to notice your spending habits early in life. Making smart choices now can help you learn and may save you more money later in life.

As always keep your money on your mind.


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The PIP Program is beneficial in helping break the cycle of poverty through financial literacy.


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