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What is your millionaire potential?

This survey is taken from a book called Think Yourself Rich by Sharon Maxwell Magnus.

Questions 1 to 5 of 15

1) Which of these sayings best sums up your attitude to money?
a) A penny saved is a penny earned
b) Money is the root of all evil
c) Money can't buy you happiness

2) When would you be prepared to negotiate a price?
a) For all major items - mortgage, car, holiday, hotel, etc
b) When buying a car
c) I think haggling is demeaning

3) Which of the following do you consciously do to save money?
a) Save electricity by turning the lights off
b) Never give a tip
c) Look out for two-for-one offers on own brand products rather than buying full-price, branded products

4) Your great aunt Emily dies and leaves you £5000. What would you use it for?
a) Investments
b) The trip of a lifetime
c) A fabulous, unforgettable party

5) If you owned a yacht, would you...
a) Spend three months a year on holiday on it, in the South of France?
b) Spend two weeks a year on it and hire it out for the rest of the time trying to make a profit?
c) Sell it?

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