Financial Wellness Survey


Take the Quiz

Financial Wellness Quiz - helps to increase money confidence

1 / 11

(Wellness) In your own words, what does having peace in your life look like? How do you practice wellness in your daily life?

2 / 11

Email *

3 / 11

(Interest) Suppose you need to borrow 100 US dollars. Which is the lower amount to pay back? 

4 / 11

(Compound interest) Suppose you put money in the bank for two years and the bank agrees to add 15 percent per year to your account. Will the bank add more money to your account the second year than it did the first year, or will it add the same amount of money both years. 

5 / 11

(Inflation) Suppose over the next 10 years the prices of things you buy double. If your income also doubles, will you be able to buy less than you can buy today, the same as your can buy today, or more than you can buy today? 

6 / 11

(Risk Diversification) Suppose you have some money. Is it safe to put your money into one business or investment, or to put your money into multiple businesses or investments? *

7 / 11

(Compound Interest) Suppose you had 100 US dollars in a savings account and the bank adds 10 percent per year to the account. How much money would you have in the account after five years if you did not remove any money from the account? *

8 / 11

(Financial Institutions) You are looking for a place to keep your earnings. Bank and similar financial institutions offer a simple and effective product for managing your finances, this is called? *

9 / 11

(Budget) You have money left over after you paid all your bills at the end of the month, what should you do with the leftover money? 

10 / 11

(Emergency Fund) Why would it be sensible to create an emergency fund? 

11 / 11


Your score is