Financial Wellness Capital

Financial Wellness Capital

Welcome to the Financial Wellness Capital assessment. This brief inventory of questions will help you assess your own money mindset and learn more about how you can improve your own financial wellness by changing how you think about money matters.

The term “financial wellness” has emerged in recent years as a descriptor of our overall financial health and well-being. Financial wellness consists of more than just our perceptions and feelings about our own financial health. The concept of financial wellness is a measure of overall financial health and includes both objective and subjective assessments.  Money mindset, or how we think about money, has a significant role in our financial lives.

FinWellCap, short for "financial wellness capital", refers to psychological capital related to our financial health. It takes approximately 5-7 minutes to respond to the following 26 statements about your money mindset.

A brief summary of your results will appear just seconds after completing your questions.


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Read each item carefully. Please mark the response that describes YOU for each of the following statements:

I energetically pursue my financial life goals.
There are lots of ways around any financial problem.
I meet the goals that I set for myself
I can think of many ways to get out of a financial jam.
Even when others get discouraged, I know I can find a way to solve the problem.
I can manage my money well.
It's hard to stick with my spending when unexpected expenses arise.
It is challenging to make progress toward my financial goals.
When unexpected expenses arise I usually have to use credit.
I have been pretty successful in life.
Read each item carefully. Please mark the response that best describes you for each of the following statements.
When faced with a financial challenge I have a hard time finding a solution.
I lack confidence in my ability to manage my finances.
I worry about running out of money in retirement.
I can think of many ways to get things in life that are important to me.
When a stressful money-related event occurs it does not take me a long time to recover.
I have a tendency to bounce back quickly after hard times.
I have a hard time making it through stressful events around money.
I usually come through difficult financial times with little trouble.
I tend to take a long time to get over financial setbacks in my life.
Read each of these statements and then select how much the statement is like you. Please be honest and accurate!
In uncertain financial times, I usually expect the best.
If something can go wrong for me related to money matters, it will.
I am always optimistic about about my financial future.
When it comes to managing money, I hardly ever expect things to go my way.
I rarely count on good things happening to me.
Overall, I expect more good things to happen to me than bad.