Hoarders like to save money. They work from budgets and may enjoy the processes of making up a budget and reviewing it periodically. They have a hard time spending money on themselves and loved ones for luxury items or even practical gifts; these purchases would seem frivolous to them.
Spenders enjoy using their money to buy yourself goods and services for their immediate pleasure. They have a hard time saving money and prioritizing the things they’d like in their life.
Money monks think that money is dirty, that it is bad, and that if they have too much of it, it will corrupt them.
Avoiders have a hard time balancing their accounts, paying bills promptly, and doing taxes until the very last minute. They don’t know how much money they have, how much they owe, or how much they spend.
Worriers tend to worry about money all the time. They want to have a great deal of control over their money. They believe that if they had a lot more money, they could stop worrying about it.
Amassers are happiest when they have large amounts of money at their disposal to spend, to save, and/or to invest.