Q1 of 11

How important is it to teach my child about using and managing money?

Q2 of 11

How well do you think you are teaching your child to use and manage money?

Q3 of 11

How well do you know money and financial matters?

Q4 of 11

How much do you agree with the following scenario?

It’s payday, and I already know where the money is going and how much I plan to save to meet some of my longer term goals.

Q5 of 11

When financial planning for your child, how much do you agree with the following scenario?

I share articles about the latest money parenting techniques and advice with my spouse so that we can discuss and align our opinions.

Q6 of 11

When financial planning for your child, how much do you agree with the following scenario?

I read about a new financial product that I think would benefit my child, but before making a decision, I had a discussion with my spouse about other options.

Q7 of 11

Imagine yourself in the following scenario, how much do you agree with it?

My child has bought a few extra stationery items from the school bookshop, and now doesn’t have money for the rest of the week. Keeping to our original agreement, I tell my child that no extra allowance will be given.

Q8 of 11

Imagine yourself in the following scenario, how much do you agree with it?

When my child is old enough, I’ll teach about other ways to grow money so my child can be financially secure in the future.

Q9 of 11

How much do you agree with the following scenario?

I want my child to be financially secure as an adult, so I have purchased (or will purchase) products and policies for long-term financial security.

Q10 of 11

Imagine yourself in the following scenario, how much do you agree with it?

My child wants to go on a family holiday in the coming holidays. Seeing an opportunity, I teach about needing to save for it and how we should budget our money so we can go.

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