Use this innovative tool to discover your attitude to money! Simply go through the 30 questions below and decide whether you “agree”, “neither agree nor disagree” or “disagree” with each statement. Your primary Money Type will be displayed when you have completed all 30 questions.

I want future generations to appreciate my success
I like having a detailed plan for achieving what I want
I am worried about what will happen when I get old
While I appreciate beauty, I believe that “function” is even more important than “form”
I believe it’s important to continue my education throughout my whole life
Socialising with my friends and family is extremely important to me
Whatever I do, I never seem to make any progress financially
I’d rather spend my money on other people, as I like making them happy
I believe that success is the outcome of having clear goals
People say that I have great empathic skills and am very caring
I’m comfortable shopping for non-essential items on my credit card
I know I can rely on myself to create what I need and want in life
People admire me because of what I’m worth in material terms
Investing in myself and my personal development is a good use of money
Ever since I was young, I’ve been a “saver”
Whenever money comes my way, I often find a big bill comes in soon after
I want to be wealthier than the previous generation in my family
Being financially wealthy is the best form of security
I see other people succeed and feel a little jealous that I don’t share their luck
I can often spot opportunities that others miss
Looking after my family and friends is my priority
People often admit to feeling sorry for me
There’s never enough money at the end of the month
People often describe me as “entrepreneurial”
People describe me as a “Steady Eddy” rather than as a “Flash Harry”
I enjoy organising and catering for special events
People love spending time in my company because we always have a good time
I measure my happiness through my material success
You never know what’s around the corner, it’s important to live for “today”
Sometimes I find myself wondering when it’s going to be “my turn” to get what I want