I just spent the last 5 minutes or so reviewing a new tool called ThriveQ that was put together by Thrivent Financial. Truth be told, I’m not really a fan of Thrivent Financial but this is an interesting retirement planning tool. I like the fact that they don’t ask for personal information like your address and phone number so that one of their “people” can call you to set up a consultation. This is purely an effort to build goodwill. Anyway, once you answer all the questions, the calculator gives you a number and then ranks you based on that number. Here’s a few screenshots I took while going through the exercise:
I thought this particular question was humorous:
I scored a 643:
They also give you some generic suggestions (none of which I will do):
You can take the Quiz yourself over at ThriveQ.com. I urge you to go take it and then report back with your results and we’ll compare notes.