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The Financial Wellness Score, and it’s 4 component domain scores, are calculated based on certain assumptions and are for reference only.
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How this tool works
Fidelity has developed a way to measure Financial Wellness. The measurement, expressed as a score is based on the evaluation of four domains of Financial Wellness: budgeting, debt, savings and protection.
The assessment considers both quantitative financial behaviour measures (factual statements) which is weighted at 70% and qualitative measures (self-appraisal of one’s situation) which is weighted at 30%.
Fidelity’s Financial Wellness Score is expressed on a scale from 0 to 100, where 0 represents extreme financial distress and 100 indicates the maximum level of Financial Wellness. Each of the 4 domains are scored from 0 to 25, and then aggregated to generate the total score.