To facilitate easy understanding, the report also provides your ranking along with the percentage score. The rankings are categorized as ‘At Risk’, ‘Stable’ and ‘Going Strong’. The simple formula is that a higher percentage denotes better money habits which in turn implies better financial health.
If your score ranking is ‘At Risk’, then it means your money habits need your immediate attention.
If your score ranking is ‘Stable’, then it means you are already nursing good money habits and need a well-directed guidance to help you make it better.
If your score ranking is ‘Going Strong’, then you seem to be doing most things right for now and need to keep the good work going.