FiQuestions powered by Financial IQ, LLC is a game card with 69 questions on various topics. It asks questions that some people would think is common sense, while others have never taken the time out to really think about the answer. For example, one of the questions asks you to “name a childhood money memory.” Be honest, have you ever thought about the first time you learned anything about money. If you haven’t, think now…..
What came to mind? Was it your parents giving you money to get candy at the store? Did you spend it? Was the memory of you saving money in a piggy bank? If you can’t remember that far back, when did you start to realize the importance of money? Was it when your parents didn’t have enough to sign you up for sports? Was it when you finally had a job of your own?
Whatever your memory is, does that memory affect your relationship with money now? Did you save all the pennies that was given to you in a piggy bank and now have a big savings account? You know they say practice makes perfect. Did you spend the money on candy and now experiencing a consumer mindset where you blow money paycheck to paycheck? How does your money memory affect your habits today?
Questions like these can truly resonate and make you think “why do I do these things with my money”. Sometimes we act on impulse, but it’s time to start thinking about why we do the things we do, especially with money.
FiQuestions mission is to eradicate poverty by changing the narrative of discussions around finances to break generational curses. Therefore, the flashcard game seeks to measure, empower, and enhance generational financial independence.
So, Who is the game for?
The short answer is YOU!!
Personal Finance Teachers and Financial Literacy Workshop Presenters
If you are looking to spice things up in the classroom or at a workshop to engage your audience, this is the game card for you. It can be used in many ways that include debates, discussions, questions for audience members to ask one another, bonus questions on quizzes/tests, and etc.
Family and Friends
Are you having a game night? Whether it is virtual or in person, you can play a meaningful game that brings a discussion you’ve probably never had with your family and friends at this level.
The owner of FiQuestions is so in love with the game that you may request to have a virtual game night on the company’s website for free during the pandemic. All you have to do is subscribe to their mailing list, wait on a welcome email, and follow the instructions.