Money Personality Quiz

Are you clever, careful, confused or just chaotic when it comes to your finances? Find out which, and how to get better at money management, with our Money Personality Quiz!

Bianca Bass
Created By Bianca Bass
On Mar 29, 2017

If you received an unexpected £15,000, what would you do with it?

Your main aim financially is:

What are your spending habits?

Where do you go for financial advice before making decisions with your money?

When it comes to borrowing money, you:

What do you do when you really want to buy something outside of your budget?

Do you worry about money often?

What are your saving habits like?

When it comes to investing, you:

Confused Carol

Confused Carol

You’re hard-working and your effort pays off, but you desire more than you have. Your decisions with money are generally quite impulsive, though not high risk. You find the complicated world of finances quite confusing, so haven’t yet taken the time to understand everything properly. This means you lack confidence in making any investments or big decisions when it comes to money.

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Money Master Mike

Money Master Mike

You are extremely savvy when it comes to making investments. You’re on top of things and you know which opportunities are the right ones. You’re trusting of other people’s recommendations and your investments are sound. You enjoy the process of investing and the benefits of your money decisions.

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Safe Sue

Safe Sue

When it comes to making investments, you are very careful. You’re wary of taking risks with your money, so any investments you do make are very safe and secure. You like to take everything into consideration fully before making any financial decisions, and you manage to find fault in most investment opportunities. This is down to a lack of self-esteem when it comes to investing – you’re scared of making a mistake and taking a risk that could put you in financial jeopardy. You end up missing out on good opportunities for financial growth because of your wariness!

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Lucky Larry

Lucky Larry

You’re a hard worker and expect that your efforts will pay off in the long-run. However, you lack confidence when it comes to making the best financial decisions. You’re all for staying in full control of your finances, but your purchase decisions are made with your heart rather than your head. You underestimate your ability and attribute your success to “luck”.

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