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In research on entrepreneurship, money is most often considered as a measure of the company's success. From the psychological point of view, it is interesting to what extent the attitude towards financial matters may be conducive to launching entrepreneurial initiatives. The subject of the analysis is attitudes towards money: readiness to take financial risks, readiness to incur debts, and readiness to save, as potential variables which may correlate with commitment to the goal (i.e. venture creation), with entrepreneurial intention, or with taking actual action in this field. The results of research carried out on a group of 256 unemployed persons, 13 of whom started their own business within a year indicate that only readiness to save allows us to some extent to predict entrepreneurial intention, and the monthly income of the family is correlated with actual venture creation. Readiness to take financial risks correlates with the expectancy of attainment but has no significance to subsequent stages of the entrepreneurial process.