How Tight Are You?

Here’s a fun little test that one of my Twitter buds shared recently. It tells you how good (or bad) you are with your money. I found myself laughing out loud at some of the questions.  i.e. “Have you, or would you ever try, to haggle in a charity shop?” I honestly can’t imagine how or why anyone would do that.

Luckily my wallet is neither in rehab nor am I one to haggle at Poundland. But apparently, I’m a bit loose with my cash and a bit of belt tightening wouldn’t hurt. How am I not surprised? Though I consider myself quite responsible with money I suppose I do have one incredibly weak spot: Moomins! How are you with your money? Take this test from the Money Saving Expert and let us know!

9 thoughts on “How Tight Are You?

    • It seems all my friends are pretty similar, around the 20-30% range. I couldn’t believe some of the behaviour described existed — found it quite amusing but yes can be very off putting. I know someone like that at work, too! I suppose it’s one thing to be frugal and another to be downright cheap (when you don’t have to be)!

  1. I’m 29% tight! Which means; “You’re a little loose with your cash, a bit of belt tightening wouldn’t hurt.” I almost knew for the start that it would say something like that 🙂 I’m always trying to save money, but I’m just not very good at it. I love shopping, that’s just who I am! 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on Gippsland Granny and commented:
    Having been born in Scotland I thought I ought to give this test a go. I am pleased to say that I am a little loose with my cash and a little belt tightening wouldn’t hurt! Try the test and see how you go.

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