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The Which? Money quiz: put your knowledge to the test

Quiz

A week can be a long time in the world of personal finance…

With so much news and speculation being reported in the lead-up to the general election, it can be easy to let important information go over your head.

In the past seven days, we learned a lot about people’s housing priorities, personal debt and the snap general election.

That’s why we’ve created a weekly quiz to test your knowledge of the past week’s headlines.

Take our quiz on what’s been going in the world of personal finance – and don’t forget to let us know in the comments how you got on.

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Profile photo of wavechange
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5/7 I did not know about Ford launching a savings account or how few tenants meet their landlord before moving in.

Profile photo of Lauren Deitz
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Well done, Wavechange – I scored 4 out of 7!

Profile photo of wavechange
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At least it shows we haven’t been looking up the answers.

Profile photo of alfa
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6/7 with a bit of guessing.

Profile photo of AnthonyHowe
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6/7… hadn’t heard about the tuc survey and guess more debt than it was.
I’d like a quiz like this on my overall money knowledge, not just what’s in the news.

Profile photo of Joe Elvin
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Hi Anthony.

Why don’t you try our ‘Great British Money Quiz’ on for size? Remarkably, just two people out of 1,080 who took the test originally managed to get full marks.

http://www.which.co.uk/news/2017/05/the-great-british-money-quiz-2017/

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There may be a reason why so few have managed a complete score. On one question it locked up, although I knew the answer was correct. On another question regarding interest on a savings account it produced the green band and a tick and then told me it was wrong.

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6/7 – but there was a spoiler earlier in the Convo. I tried to second guess the household debt, but went to the wrong extreme.

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JOHN says:
20 June 2017

I was guided by my lady friend 4/7 had i been allowed my say 7/7 would have been the score.Just kidding,our joint score i think is a good average most importantly we work together to remain debt free.our motto is dont buy until the WANT becomes a NEED. worked so far.