A. is the root of all evil
B. makes the world go around
C. is a tool
When it comes to finances, my friends are:
A. average -- they have mortgages, car loans, credit cards and not a lot left at the end of the month
B. doing much better than I am in the wealth department.
C. broke -- they're always hitting me up for cash.
When I don't have money left over at the end of the month:
A. I don't know why.
B. I know why.
C. I know why, and I fix the problem.
When it comes to managing my money:
A. I have a lot to learn.
B. I'm the smartest person I know.
C. I know more than a lot of my friends.
The kind of education I've spent the most money on is:
If I started my own company and it failed, I would:
A. just go out and get a job. At least I gave the dream a shot.
B. never forgive myself. I'd be branded a loser, and it would ruin me financially.
C. start another company. I know more now than I did the first time around.
A. requires serious study if you want results.
B. takes a little planning.
C. manages itself.
If I don't have cash, it's because:
A. the people who have money are keeping me down.
B. I've sunk every dime into my business/investments.
C. I don't manage my money very well.
Rich people are:
A. greedy or crooked
B. self-centered and selfish
C. good at managing their money and people.
If I received a surprise gift of $100, I'd:
A. pay off debts.
B. put it toward something that would bring me even more money in the future.
C. spend it!
If I ever made millions, I'd:
A. invest in my financial education and set aside a nice chunk for causes I value.
B. buy a huge house and drive an expensive car -- but otherwise I'd still be the same old me.
C. spend my days stimulating the economy -- you'd have to drag me out of the mall every night.