Most of the time
I roam around and pick up whatever takes my fancy without looking at the cost.
I take a list, and only buy what is on the list. I take a while to find the cheapest version of each item.
I take a list, and use that as a guide,and get my favorite of each item without looking too much at prices. And I'll pick up extra stuff too.
I check the specials, and take any discount coupons. I know I only have a certain amount I can spend and do my best to get as much as I can for this amount
I get what I need, sometimes with a list, and often just from memory. I get mostly basics, and select on a mixture of price and quality. I get the occasional luxury item, but leave a lot on the shelf because of the prices.
Not usually a big problem
Absolutely no problem at all. I get a new one straight away.
Could be a bit of a nuisance. May have to wait a while before I can fix or replace.
Usually no biggie, depending on the item cost.
It's a no brainer. I'm there.
It's a no brainer. There's no way.
It's a hassle to be asked. I would have to jump through all kinds of hoops....
Yeah - pretty cool. I'll shuffle some other things around and I should be able to do it.
Not super easy - but not impoossible. If I work towards it, and do some extra work for a while, I can do it.
Yes - at my current rate I'll get there eventually
Whaaaaaatt? No way.
Whew! Can't really see it at my current rate.
That is soooo yesterday. I'm aiming for the big B next.
I'll have my mandatory fund that my employer contributes to, so it's all taken care of.
I'm already financially independent - no pension in sight for me!
Just the pension for me.
A mixture of the pension and a bit from my retirement fund.
I will be self funded. I'm building my asset base so that I'll have a comfortable amount, and won't even qualify for the pension - which is just fine.
First place, because my weekly earnings are zero.
First place, because I have loads of different ways to bring in money.
Maybe about 5th. I reckon I'd give it a fair go.
Between 8th and 10th - this is sooooo not my thing.
Up around 3rd, since I think I could ramp things up a bit further than they are now.
The lump sum. Then I could pay down my debts!
The lump sum. Then I'd take my friends on a holiday.
The groceries. Then I wouldn't have to worry about where my next meal is coming from.
The sports car - as long as it's not already in my collection.
The lump sum. I could update my wardrobe and furniture.
Never heard of them.
I have my favorites
Here and there.
Enough to not have to worry about the bills, and take a good holiday each year.
Enough for a great lifestyle, and some left over to save for the future.
Enough to be comfortable and happy.
Loads more than I'll ever need to spend, and plenty for philanthropy.
Food on the table, and all the bills paid.