Most of us assume that saving our money means doing a lot of math, research and other activities we probably try to avoid. But in fact, saving is more about creating new habits and looking at your money in new ways, and a lot of it is just about common sense and trusting your instincts. In this quiz, we'll look at personal spending habits, different forms of saving and assumptions about the economy. In other words: shopping!
Question 1 of 10
In January of 2010, how many women surveyed by the Web site ShopSmart admitted they were spending more than planned?
Question 2 of 10
In June of 2010, how many customers surveyed said they'd used a coupon for a recent purchase?
Question 3 of 10
What is the rate of inflation, generally, from year to year?
Question 4 of 10
In 2010, what Annual Percentage Yield (APY) can you expect on a one-year Certificate of Deposit (CD)?
Question 5 of 10
What does FDIC stand for?
Question 6 of 10
When looking at interest rates, an investor should compare products by:
Question 7 of 10
The average American household spent how much on entertainment in 2009?
Question 8 of 10
You want to put down $20,000 on a home three years from now. About how much do you need to save every month until then?
Question 9 of 10
How much did the average household spend on clothes in 2009?
Question 10 of 10