Personal Finance Perception Survey - FINAL

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A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. How often does your family discuss how often how to use money at home?*
    Very Often
    Often
    Not Very Often
    Never


  1. What is a good age for students to open a checking account?*
    14-15
    16-17
    18-19
    20+


  1. What is a good age for students to purchase their own car?*
    14-15
    16-17
    18-19
    20+


  1. What is a good age for students to get their first credit card?*
    14-15
    16-17
    18-19
    20+


  1. What is a good age for students to get their first job?*
    14-15
    16-17
    18-19
    20+


  1. What is a good age for students to have complete control over their finances?*
    14-15
    16-17
    18-19
    20+


  1. How well do you feel you understand how career choices affect future earnings?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you feel you are prepared to budget your money after high school?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you feel you understand paychecks?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you feel you understand how to use and balance a checkbook?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you feel you are prepared in regard to insurance needs after high school?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you feel you are prepared to purchase an automobile?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you understand different types of debt?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. How well do you understand saving and investing for the future?*
    Extemely Well
    Very Well
    Somewhat
    Not Very Well


  1. Should Wisconsin Dells High School require a course in personal finance?*
    Yes, most definitely
    Yes, they should
    No, they should not
    No, most definitely not


  1. Rank the following in order of importance to you:
    One is most important to 8 least important.

          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8    
      Investing in the future   
      Buying a vehicle   
      Budgeting   
      Insurance    
      Using a checking account   
      Understanding credit   
      Understanding Loans   
      Understanding Paychecks and Taxes   





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Wisconsin Dells High School