Give yourself one point if you answered true to questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15,16, and 17, and 1 point if you answered false to 7, 9, 11, 12 and 14.
(0 to 6 points) Red Flag
The proverbial marriage referee is throwing red flags left and right. Make sure your future spouse takes this quiz and compare scores. If you see a significant difference in your scores, or if you both answered the same, but had low scores, that means you need help-big time. Run, don't walk, to a marriage counselor or financial planner to discuss these issues and see if you can work toward a better understanding of each other's perspectives on money.
(7 to 12 points) Fork in the Road
You and your future spouse have a few things to work out, but for the most part, you understand where each is coming from. Take the results of this quiz, head out to your favorite coffee shop and sit down to talk about those areas where you don't see eye-to-eye. Maybe you won't see everything the same, but at least you've got enough in common that you can make it work.
(13 to 18 points) 'nSync
It was love at first sight, right? You're probably the kind of couple that when someone is speaking to you, you both answer at the same time with the same answer? Maybe even finish off each other's sentences, huh? Well, this shows that you're on the right track. Keep talking, and more importantly, keep up the financial planning. Your sense of responsibility shows that you know that financial planning is important. So, if you haven't started a financial plan, then, what's keeping you?
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