Quiz reveals only 0.03% of Australians are money savvy

Chris Stead 6 August 2015

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finder.com.au is challenging Australians to test how money savvy they really are and donating to charity in the process – how much did you score?

The Money Savvy Challenge is currently running on finder.com.au and our initial data reveals some startling results – Australians could do with a little improvement on their money education if they want to be assured of a firm financial future.

Of the 7,000 people thus far to take the quiz only two people – yes, two – have received a 100% score. The multiple choice tests your general knowledge regarding finance, with the goal of improving your financial education and saving you money. Clearly there's a lot of room to do better!

But that’s not all! For each correct answer you get, finder.com.au will donate money to a charity of your choice (from the list of 35 available). A 100% result will give you $1 to donate, and the pool of cash is really starting to build up.

So take the quiz now, improve your financial savvy and help charity at the same time. Will you be the third Australian to be officially recognised as "money savvy"?

Take the money savvy challenge here now!

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