How Financially Savvy Are You?
Pick a businessman:
- Donald Trump
- Warren Buffett
- Steve Jobs
- Bill Gates
- Richard Branson
When you get paid, the first thing you do is...
- Do something fun or relaxing
- Put a portion into savings
- Pay my bills
- Funnel it into one of my investments
How's your credit?
- Great; I get the best interest rates
- Good; it's better than average, but could be better
- Decent; I'm working on it
- Bad; no comment
- I have no idea
Your rent or mortgage payment amounts to what percentage of your monthly income?
- 50% or more
- 33 to 50%
- Less than 33%
- I don't pay rent/I don't have an income
Where do you keep your savings?
- In a piggybank or change jar
- Hidden under a mattress or buried in the yard
- In my savings account
- They're spread over a few different savings vehicles
- Savings? What savings?
What does "IRA" stand for?
- Investment Revenue Allowance
- Investment Risk Assessment
- Important Retirement Assets
- Individual Retirement Account
You tend to choose investments that are...
- Low risk, low return
- High risk, high return
- Diversify, diversify, diversify
- Gosh, this quiz is boring!
If you got laid off tomorrow, how long would your savings last you (without downgrading your lifestyle)?
- Uhhh... less than a month
- One to three months
- Three to six months
- Six months to a year
- One or more years
What are you most likely to splurge on?
- Food or drink, like Starbucks
- Leisure activities or travel, like a spa day
- Media or entertainment, like books or movies
- Clothes or makeup, like an expensive jacket
- Electronics or furniture, like a fancy smartphone
Where do you get your financial news?
- Financial news websites, magazines, etc.
- Other sources, like social media or word of mouth
- General news sources
- People magazine?
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