The Bush's Meticulously Researched 'what's Your Money Personality?' Quiz*

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*DISCLAIMER: Strictly for fun, please do not make life-changing financial decisions based on the outcome, except perhaps to purchase a ticket or two to see MONEY the game show. MONEY the game show 31 January - 2 March 2013 www. Bushtheatre. Co. Uk


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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    A great-aunt long estranged from the family dies (sad face) and leaves some of her considerable fortune to you (happy face), your first thought would be . . . 
    • A. 

      To spend it on the things you want, number one on the list is a holiday with all your friends . . . to Space . . . okay, okay to Spain, spoilsport.

    • B. 

      Dealing with lawyers and paperwork seems like a lot of hard work, and you’ve forgotten where you’ve written your bank details down again, you’ll probably sort it out next week, or the week after that.

    • C. 

      It begins with ‘C’ and ends in ‘asino’.

    • D. 

      To top up your already quite healthy ISA, saving for the future – that’s your motto, YOLO.

  • 2. 
    It’s Monday and you’ve got £20 to see you through til Friday, do you:
    • A. 

      Buy a £5 scratchcard, win £50, you’ve got to speculate to accumulate.

    • B. 

      You didn’t dare check your bank balance on Monday morning so blissfully unaware you eat lunch out, buy a Marks and Sparks dinner on your way to the tube, go to top up your oyster, DENIED. It’s a long walk home to South East London.

    • C. 

      Go to the pub, promise yourself you’ll only spend a tenner and then scrimp through the rest of the week, get tempted by a nice glass of pinot noir, and then another, and another. Call your parents for a bridging loan on Tuesday.

    • D. 

      Never in your life have you been down to your last twenty quid, it's called budgeting yeah.

  • 3. 
    How often are you surprised by how big your credit card balance is when it arrives each month?
    • A. 

      Always. You sure know how to enjoy yourself, and don’t always keep tabs of exactly how much money you’ve spent living the high life.

    • B. 

      Never. You use a credit card solely for loyalty points and buyer’s insurance. You wouldn’t dream of having a credit card unless you could pay it off at the end of the month.

    • C. 

      Never. You don’t look at your credit card bills. Or any bills. Numbers are terrifying.

    • D. 

      Sometimes. It depends whether it’s been a good month or a bad month investment-wise. But even in a bad month, you don’t worry too much – this time next year [Rodney] you’ll be a millionaire.

  • 4. 
    Which of these options best describes the way you think about your financial future?
    • A. 

      The glass is half empty.

    • B. 

      The glass [will be] half full.

    • C. 

      You don’t think about your financial future for fear you can’t afford a glass.

    • D. 

      You prefer to think about it as a bottle. Of Bollinger