I make sure it never influences my life choices.
I enjoy spending it on gifts and anything else that gives me pleasure.
I think about it a lot and strategize how to make more of it.
I hold onto it and enjoy thinking about the security it provides.
I try not to think about it and hope it will take care of itself.
To save enough money now so I never have to worry about my old age.
Unclear to me.
To have enough of it to ensure that I can buy whatever I want.
To have enough to satisfy my basic needs, and then give the rest away.
To make as much of it as possible, as quickly as possible.
Never. I worry about more important things, like global warming.
Somewhat, but I'm doing all I can to make sure I'll have more than enough.
All the time. It's the main thing I worry about.
Only when a financial disaster strikes.
What, me worry? I just enjoy spending it!
To be wildly excited, realizing that from now on I could buy anything I wanted.
To start thinking about ways to make it grow and use it for my own enjoyment.
To be totally overwhelmed. I would have no idea how to handle it.
To feel relieved that my future was now secure.
To feel guilty, thinking about impoverished people who have nothing.
I don't know.
To make essential repairs, pay off debt, or increase my future security.
To invest in a business or some other high-yielding opportunity.
Only if it were a dire emergency. I hope I'll never have to borrow money.
To go on vacation or buy something I really wanted.
Happiness, pleasure, and excitement.
A sense of greed and possibly corruption.
A source of anxiety and conflict.
Power, prestige, and freedom.
I always let my dividends compound to maximize my return.
If I were to invest, I'd want someone else to make all the decisions for me.
I only invest in safe, conservative choices.
I've always wanted to try something wild that might end up making me rich.
If I were to invest, I would choose only socially responsible companies.
To have someone else pay my bills, so I can spend the whole paycheck!
I'm fine the way I am. More money would make me feel uncomfortable.
I'm sure I could use more money, but I have no idea how much.
At least twice as much as I'm earning now.
My employer to match every dollar I put into my 401(k)
I take pride in paying less on my increased income, if I can.
I always have to scramble to get my return done and find cash to pay my taxes.
I hate the whole thing and try to get it done with as little fuss as possible.
I save regularly for taxes, and usually file my return well before it's due.
I'm always astonished to find out how much tax I owe.
If it's important enough, I'll tweak my portfolio. Otherwise, I'll forget about it.
Most of the things I want are not expensive, so I can afford to buy them (even though later on I'll probably wish I hadn't)
I'll buy it whether or not I can afford it.
I'd have to think hard before giving myself permission to spend the money.
What budget? Everything will work out all right.