Top Financial Literacy Quizzes & Trivia

You must help us quickly. For the past few years we haven’t been able to pay our taxes and things don’t look so good with the IRS. You must now take control of this situation and put our finances in order. Any measure that you see fit, please apply it, unless of course, it’s a loan. The one thing we don’t need right now is more debt.

There will be questions for you to answer, though. Can you answer all of them? What are the most important countries where there are programs to raise interest in personal finance? When did the OECD launch a programs to increase financial literacy? When was the National Consumer and Financial Literacy Taskforce established in Australia? Show everyone your financial literacy and answer the questions.

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  • Sometimes the U.S. government is known affectionately by the nickname?
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  • When paying taxes in the U.S., the more money you make, ____________________.
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  • An average career will last approximately how many hours if you work for 43 years?
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  • Sometimes the U.S. government is known by what nickname?
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  • When paying taxes in the U.S., the more money you make, ____________________.
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  • If I have just started working, the first thing I should do is
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  • The most basic Wealth Protection Plan that I should have is
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  • Which one of the following best describe Wealth Protection plans?
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  • What does it mean when a company refers to “brick and mortar”?
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  • What is “capital”?
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  • What does it mean when a company is “deleveraging fixed expenses”?
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