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Tell us how you think about money — I’ll post results next week

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When I started the series on women and personal finance, Kimble wrote, “I am a little skeptical that this is a series being done by someone who is an outside observer to the female-personal-finance realm.” She encouraged me to use data instead of making it up, so today I’m running her survey on the site.

Please take a couple minutes to answer this survey on how you think about money. I’ll post the results next week. **RSS readers, please click here.

Note: This survey is now closed.

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Lauren
Lauren
9 years 1 month ago

Thank you Ramit! That was a lot of fun.

Kate
Kate
9 years 1 month ago

Hi, Ramit.

Just filled out your survey. They call me a Grammar Nazi – but there were SO many spelling mistakes in the survey!!!

Annoyed
Annoyed
9 years 1 month ago

I just waded through the whole survey and then there was NO button to submit it. Waste of time!

Kimble
9 years 1 month ago

Hi Kate-
Sorry about the spelling mistakes. I went through the survey and changed the three that I could find. Spelling is obviously not my strong point; maybe I should be prioritizing education for myself a little higher. Thanks for the feedback!
-Kimble

sophiew
sophiew
9 years 1 month ago

If you make the font size in your browser smaller, the Submit button should appear. At first I didn’t see it either.

Friday - time for wine!
Friday - time for wine!
9 years 1 month ago

Can’t wait to see the results!

Minimum Wage
Minimum Wage
9 years 1 month ago

Firefox froze up on me, as it does occasionally, so I tried IE and there was no button. My PC is RAM-challenged and I think that’s why it’s gagging a lot.

Tillman
9 years 1 month ago
We just coasted thru life stuck in mediocracy and didn’t even know it until we tried to start a business. We couldn’t get the loan we wanted because our credit score was not high enough and we had to much debit. So it turned out to be a real challenge at first trying to start a business, juggle our finances on one salary, and having young kids. Since I started reading your blog it has opened my eyes on how our family can erase our debit. These are a couple of principals we used to really turned things around for… Read more »
dimes
9 years 1 month ago

That was fun, and moved pretty quickly.

Jim
Jim
9 years 1 month ago

No submit button using Mac firefox 2.006 with Mac OS 10.4.10

Jon
9 years 1 month ago

My submission is not completely accurate. I am neither a male or female.

I am…

FREAKING AWESOME. =D

Roshan
Roshan
9 years 1 month ago

To provide some techical feedback: Using Firefox 2.0.0.6 in Windows XP I had no problem submitting the form.

Money Blue Book
9 years 1 month ago

Hello! Well I’m certainly curious to see the results…but I have a feeling I know what the results will indicate…but I’m curious to see if I will be surprised.

~Raymond

mike c
mike c
9 years 30 days ago
I included my comments below in the survey, but thought I’d share them in the comments section too: The “Perceptions” section of the survey is too vague. For instance, the pay of women vs men is generally different (in my opinion), but the level of variance depends on the job category and type of work. Similarly, women are expected to buy clothes, purses, and makeup to the extent that men are expected to buy clothes, wallets, and shaving supplies to keep ourselves tidy. There’s a baseline level of acceptable expectaction from society, but above and beyond that, I think that… Read more »
CS
CS
9 years 30 days ago

I have no idea if my survey went through (“IE cannot display this webpage” came up after I tried to submit), so I wanted to second mike c’s comments. People’s answers to that last section are going to be strongly correlated with their social status/area of work/culture, and I don’t think I would feel comfortable trusting your data without these kinds of things being taken into account.

I also did not understand the question about women having a harder time saying no. Saying no to what? Salespeople?

Minimum Wage
Minimum Wage
9 years 30 days ago

I interpreted the question roughly as, “Do you think women have a harder time saying no to a sales pitch for an inferior investment product?” There are excellent investments being offered, good investments, not-so-good investments (with a hefty commission for the person selling it), and atrocious investments. Some people believe that women are generally less knowledgable about investments, and therefore might be more susceptible to a good pitch for a bad investment.

Lauren
Lauren
9 years 29 days ago
I was really glad to see the question about pressure on women to buy accessories and nicer clothes. My work just changed the dress code from casual to business casual and all the women are lamenting the increase in cost for shoes, skirts, panthose. Try as we might, we simply cannot get away with slacks and a white polo every day. I really do believe there is pressure for women to spend a sizeable chunk of of their salary on clothes that can easily add up to 50-100k over a lifetime. (seriously, even if you’re not buying the $500 shoes,… Read more »
MONEY BLUE BOOK
9 years 29 days ago

Despite whether social progress we’ve made, at the base of it all, men and women are still different and we have different perceptions, expectations, and socially mandated responsibilities. We all fall prey to social pressures and traditional notions of roles and interests.

I expect the results to show the stereotypical norms. There’s nothing particularly wrong with that…we just all perceive things differently. I’m sure there are some feminists that will disagree with me at this point….
-Raymond (MONEY BLUE BOOK)

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