Simple Quiz For Taking Stock Of Your Financial Health.

We are all very concerned with the health of our bodies, but sometimes people let the health of their finances slide a little bit. I know I have been guilty of this in the past! Lucky for you, I just came across a simple 7 step quiz you can take to get an insight into how you are doing financially, depending on your age, how much debt (and what kind) you have, what you have in the bank, and a few other things. I took the test, and it looks like I have my housing costs and debt level under control, my emergency fund is ample, my diversification is a little conservative, and I am just slightly undersaving for retirement. Overall though, I am doing pretty well according to this simple test that took only a few minutes to do. If you want to take the test and see what your financial health looks like, head on over and see how you do!

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  1. That was neat. I got an A. I knew where I was going to get scolded – not enough life insurance.

  2. david says:

    Yea, I got scolded there too – but I dont have any kids yet, and if I died my wife could take care of herself. But hey, at least you got an A!

  3. I got a “you are not old enough to take this quiz!” in the form of “age must be between 25 and 60.” Awww… it’s the online quiz equivalent of “you must be this tall to ride this ride!” I guess I won’t know how healthy my finances are until 2 1/2 years from now 😉

  4. david says:

    Ha, really? That’s pretty funny. Guess you needn’t worry about a thing, so just go spend all your money!

  5. Enrique S says:

    I got a B. Not enough life insurance, and my retirement savings are too low. It was a lot higher last year!