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Your Financial Health Score

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The best way to start improving your financial wellness is to find out where you stand.

Answer 13 questions to get your financial health score in four key areas: saving, spending, borrowing and planning. Based on your answers, we’ll tell you how you’re doing, how you compare to other people in Ontario, and how you can improve.

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Survey Results

This product leverages the Financial Health Network FinHealth Score® Toolkit

Your Financial Health Score

66

Vulnerable: 0-39

Coping: 40-79

Healthy: 80-100

Overall Score

Compared to Ontario average (72)

It looks like you're struggling with some aspects of your financial health. It's likely that your spending may be equal or more than your income, or you might be having trouble paying bills on time, or you may not have sufficent funds set aside to copy with an emergency.

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66

Spend Score

Compared to Ontario average (79)

Healthy spending habits include being able to pay your bills on time and spending less than you earn. That way, you can manage your cash flow and avoid instability.

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66

Save Score

Compared to Ontario average (69)

When you have savings set aside you can cope with unexpected costs like car repairs or medical bills. Plus, growing your long-term savings helps you build stability and plan for the future.

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66

Borrow Score

Compared to Ontario average (76)

Managing your debt ensures that you don’t overextend your finances and you avoid late fees and interest charges. A good credit score also makes sure that you can access affordable credit if you need it.

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66

Plan Score

Compared to Ontario average (66)

Planning ahead by growing your wealth and becoming financially stable makes it easier to save for retirement and cope with emergencies. Good planning also includes having insurance that helps you with the expenses of medical emergencies, disability or premature death.

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Did you know?

In Ontario, the average overall score is 72 out of 100. People score higher when it comes to saving their money, but tend to have trouble with long-term financial planning.

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Did you know?

Meridian Members scored higher on this survey than other Ontarians.

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