Take this Test to Know if You are Financially Fit

May 4, 2015

I still can’t believe how fast time flies. It is the first week of a new month and just last Thursday I wrote my End of the Month Quick RecapAgain.
Anyways, how are you?! How are things going in terms of your finances? Me?! Well I’ve been such a gastador for this month and I am really not proud of my financial decisions. You can actually read a post in Izzaglino called My Life This Month in Pictures that will reveal how much spending I did for April. 

So with that said and done, I decided to tackle the topic of financial fitness. This may be a new term for some but for those who have been into financial blogs for quiet some time this will be an easy topic and may be in a form of review. 

Financial fitness takes your income, expenses, savings and investments into a collective movement. You ought to know whether you are financially fit or not. 

Are you financially fit?!

  • Being financially fit enables you to earn enough to pay for your expenses.
  • Being financially fit enables to spend in your needs.
  • Being financially fit enables to save enough for your future needs.
  • Being financially fit enanles you to invest an amount that could turn into money working for you.

There are basically two steps that you could do today to kick start your financial fitness. 

1. Create financial your goals

Your goals can be expressed in terms of your desired income and savings we well as the lifestyle you are living in a definite number of years.. You need to know where you currently stand in terms of your income, expenses, savings and investments.

2. Follow a financial check up

Once you have created your financial goals you are now ready to undergo a financial check up. Determine the basic of your finances like checking your credit, tallying your emergency fund, setting up your retirement plans and splitting your savings to an investing vehicle.

Take five minutes to use an online tool that will show you if you’re on track or follow My Financial Net Worth Template. I’d love to send you my template just email me at izzaglinofull@gmail.com.

I actually created a test on financial fitness and if you have time I hope you’ll answer. The results are at the end of the quiz. Share this too to your friends and loved ones so they have an idea on how fit they are financially.

I hope that you can share this Financial Fitness Test to anyone you know. This may help them realize their need to financial education. You can also spread this shareable link: http://goo.gl/CcVuvN

Take this Financial Test NOW! and Comment Below Your Result and Realizations.


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Be better in your finances. Save Now, Invest Now and walk your way to success. Sign up in my Email List and receive templates to get you started in your Financial Wealth. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter for better updates. Godbless

Clariza Glino

Izza of SavingsPinay helps Filipinos bridge the financial literacy gap one content at a time by providing insights and tips on budgeting, saving, investing, side hustle and growing your net worth. Aside from this blog she also writes at www.izzaglinofull.com, a beauty and lifestyle blog for frugal Pinays and manages, www.izzagevents.com, a wedding and event business since 2011. For inquiries, topic suggestions or future collaborations email her at izza@savingspinay.ph


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