Everyone has a different relationship to money. The way you think about and manage money is formed by personal experience, which means it’s absolutely unique to you. But within your unique money relationship, there are big-picture patterns. These patterns form the basis of your financial personality.
Working with academics from major US universities, Jointly has created a tool that will uncover your financial personality and help you understand why you handle money the way you do. And if you want to improve your relationship with money, we’ve also got some suggestions for you!