Do you know how much cash you have in your wallet or purse?
Do you know what your weekly or monthly income?
Do you have a budget?
Do you know how much you spend every week or month?
Your weekly shop in the supermarket across town would be 10% cheaper. Do you go?
Do you bargain hunt?
You're hosting a barbecue and need supplies, how do you shop?
Do you have any savings?
Do you believe in joint bank accounts?
It’s your partner’s birthday. What are you most likely to buy them?
How often do you and your partner discuss your finances?
It’s date night, how much money do you take?
If you won the lottery, what would you do first with your newfound fortune?
If you found £100, what would you do with it?
Do you have a retirement plan?
If you were to retire today, how would you feel about your money situation?
You spend like there’s no tomorrow and should probably rein things in a bit. Maybe you spend to maintain the lifestyle you want others to think you have, or perhaps you find it tricky to resist your impulses to buy what you want when you know you have the money.
Find out about savings accounts set up a standing order to start building a safety net for when unexpecting bills appear.
You are a safe pair of hands when it comes to money. Everything is accounted for and you’re probably thinking of checking your banking app right after this quiz.
Remember it’s OK to treat yourself occasionally – life is for living, after all!
You’re an economic dare devil. When you see cash, you want to turn it into more cash. Nothing can stand between you and a scratch card when you’ve spotted a spare £2 coin.
While taking risks can be rewarding, make sure they’re the right risks, and that you’re not just throwing money away.
Money? What money? You’re a large flightless bird and so is your money, but while you’ve got your head in sand you could be letting some great opportunities pass you by.
Check out basic savings accounts or ISAs to help your money go that little bit further without you needing to do much work.
No coin left behind! You don’t trust the banking system, you avoid risk and prefer having eyes on every coin that passes before you. Either you put it in the shopping fund pot or the holiday pot, but investing it or using saving accounts is just too risky.
However, cash itself is not a long-term investment, why not meet a financial advisor to identify the best options for you?