People see and treat money differently. Some see it as a treasure that they keep for the rest of their lives. Some use it to invest in something, while others let it burn a hole in their pockets. Read about the top 5 ways people handle money. What would they do if they had a windfall of $300?
Top 1: The Big Spend
With a windfall of $300, some people would buy one item that is extremely expensive. These people are drawn to the popular and pricey brands, and nothing else will give them contentment. They might even be willing to shell out a bit more to foot the bill if $300 isn’t enough.
Top 2: The Collection
Some people would use up all the money but wouldn’t be content with just one item. They are not immune to spending everything on non-branded items, as quantity, not brand names, is what truly matters to them.
Top 3: The Practical
Some people are always in search of a good find. In their mind, expensive brands do not necessarily translate to quality, so they would rather buy one item and keep the rest of the money for the next potential good buy.
Top 4: The Goal Saver
Some people wouldn’t get tempted into buying anything for the $300 as they wouldn’t feel the need to celebrate the windfall. Every cent should be saved for something they have already decided to buy or invested in something important, such as a car or a house.
Top 5: The Forgetful Saver
Some people would save the full amount of $300, similar to every cent they’ve received, but wouldn’t remember setting the money aside. They are likely to have bank accounts that are dormant and drawers with some tucked-away cash for something they may have also forgotten about.
What would you do if by some stroke of luck you ended up with $300? Tell us how you would handle the money.
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