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Go Banking Rates Reveals What Movember Mustache Styles Say about Personal Savings Habits
In its latest series, Go Banking Rates examines the personality traits associated with popular Movember mustache styles and what how those characteristics relate to men's savings habits.
This month marks a special time for socially-conscious men; Movember, the movement started by Australian Adam Garone to raise money for prostate and testicular cancer research, as well as fund boys’ sports programs, involves men around the world growing mustaches throughout the month of November to show their support for the cause.
Because saving money and donating money are two highly important personal finance concepts, Go Banking Rates unites the two in its lighthearted examination of the relationship between mustache styles and savings habits. In fact, the feature highlights the six most popular mustaches, as well as the personality types associated with each -- including: Mutton chops, the Chevron, the Cowboy, the Pencil, the Handlebar and the Horseshoe – and explains how each relates to the money management skills of the men who wear them.
Because the Movember movement takes a serious subject and uses humor to cultivate awareness and participation, Go Banking Rates hopes to accomplish the same and inspire more men to make savings a priority in their lives.
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