I don’t know why I put “fun” in there since aren’t ALL money quizzes inherently fun?, however I did really enjoy the few minutes testing out my skills with this one ;)
And even more so that I got my score without having to enter my email in the end!!
I’m not sure how active this site is anymore as it was in my notes circa 2016 (found it when I cleared over 300 draft emails over December break!), but I do know the quiz at least still works.
Here it is if you want to play along –> DollarsEd.com/quiz
And then here’s a sampling of a few of the questions:
- What is the main purpose of a credit score?
- If you don’t want to pay interest on your credit card, how much do you need to pay at the end of each month?
- Does looking at the past performance of a mutual fund give you a good idea of how it will perform in the future?
- What is the benefit that all tax-deferred retirement accounts (like 401ks or IRAs) have?
- Which of these tax deductions can you not take if you are choosing the standard deduction?
- What is the most important type of car insurance to have?
- If you have family members who rely on your income, which type of insurance should you probably buy?
Test it out and see what you get! I bet you’ll know a lot of these, but there’s def. a few tricky ones thrown in for good measure…
And apparently the more you get right the more questions they serve up, so if you answer more than 16 of them then you’re already smarter than me ;) I got 13 out of 16 questions right.
Here’s the link again to it: DollarsEd.com/quiz
If you find this one’s too easy, try your hand at these previous quizzes we’ve featured before! Which are more about how you’re doing *personally* with your finances vs facts and general knowledge.
The more you’re aware, the better! 👍
Jay loves talking about money, collecting coins, blasting hip-hop, and hanging out with his three beautiful boys. You can check out all of his online projects at jmoney.biz. Thanks for reading the blog!