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## Money & Finance Riddles

Included in this section are finance riddles for all ages. Beware, if you are looking for riddles that are awesomely complicated, you may want to browse other sections of the site like the "hard riddles" section. Mainly because a majority of these riddles are for educators of school-aged children, looking to add some mental stimulation in the classroom.

Solving the problems on this page is a simple process. First, read each question carefully, be sure to examine the clues given. Then give your best answer, and be sure to start the timer(if one is available) before solving, for a bit of extra added difficulty. Good luck!

## A Snake Went Grocery Shopping Riddle

If a snake went grocery shopping. His total came to $ 57.23. He gave the cashier $ 100 but it still wasnt enough to cover the bill. Why?

Hint:

Because the grocery shopping bill is more than $ 100

Here in the first sentence, it is mentioned that a snake went for grocery shopping.

Then the second sentence says, his total came to $ 57.23. Here in this sentence, it is nowhere mentioned that the $ 57.23 is the bill for grocery shopping. It can be the total for taxis, metro, or any other means of transport that the snake used.

Thereafter the third sentence reads, He gave the cashier $ 100 but it still wasnt enough to cover the bill. This is because the snakes grocery shopping bill would be more than $100.

Hence, A Snake Went Grocery Shopping Riddle Answer is the grocery shopping bill is more than $ 100 that he gave to cashier.

YES NO

Here in the first sentence, it is mentioned that a snake went for grocery shopping.

Then the second sentence says, his total came to $ 57.23. Here in this sentence, it is nowhere mentioned that the $ 57.23 is the bill for grocery shopping. It can be the total for taxis, metro, or any other means of transport that the snake used.

Thereafter the third sentence reads, He gave the cashier $ 100 but it still wasnt enough to cover the bill. This is because the snakes grocery shopping bill would be more than $100.

Hence, A Snake Went Grocery Shopping Riddle Answer is the grocery shopping bill is more than $ 100 that he gave to cashier.

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## I Bought A Cow For 800 Riddle

I bought a cow for $800.

I sold it for $1000.

I bought it again for $1100.

I sold it again for $1300.

How much did I earn?

I sold it for $1000.

I bought it again for $1100.

I sold it again for $1300.

How much did I earn?

Hint:

## A Man Buys A Goat For $60 Riddle

A man buys a goat for $60. Then sells it for $70. Then he buys it back at $80 but sells is again for $90.

How much did he make?

How much did he make?

Hint:

He made $20. $10 the first time, $70 - $60 = $10, and $10 the second time, $90 - $80 = $10, for a total of $20.

YES NO

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## A Man Steals 1000 From A Shop Riddle

A man steals $1000 from shop, spends $700 in same shop and gets $300 change. Now how much did shop owner gets loss?

Hint:

We can easily solve this mathematical problem by using the following mathematical process.

Initial loss amount = Rs. 1000

Now, we have to calculate the recovered amount,

As the man spends Rs. 700 in the shop, the shop owner will surely provide the man goods/services of Rs. 700. So, nothing will be recovered in this case.

Now, the man gave Rs. 1000 against the goods/services of Rs. 700 and got Rs. 300 change, so there will be no recovering of money for the shopkeeper.

Final loss = Initial loss - Recovered amount = 1000-0 = Rs. 1000

YES NO

Initial loss amount = Rs. 1000

Now, we have to calculate the recovered amount,

As the man spends Rs. 700 in the shop, the shop owner will surely provide the man goods/services of Rs. 700. So, nothing will be recovered in this case.

Now, the man gave Rs. 1000 against the goods/services of Rs. 700 and got Rs. 300 change, so there will be no recovering of money for the shopkeeper.

Final loss = Initial loss - Recovered amount = 1000-0 = Rs. 1000

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## I Had 3.00 Riddle

I had $3.00. My mom gave me $10.00 while my dad gave me $30.00. My aunt and uncle gave me $100.00. I had another $5.00. How much did I have?

Hint:

The correct answer is 8 dollars. If you read the question carefully, the question asked about your first money with "how much money Did I really have?"

The money you had is 10 dollars. That is before your parents and relatives gave you additional money.

However, given that the logic and time of the tense is in the past, it is safe to assume that the question pertains to the money you had originally before you received external money from someone else.

YES NO

The money you had is 10 dollars. That is before your parents and relatives gave you additional money.

However, given that the logic and time of the tense is in the past, it is safe to assume that the question pertains to the money you had originally before you received external money from someone else.

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## I Had 5 Pesos Riddle

I had 5 pesos. My mom gives me 10 pesos, while my dad gave me 30 pesos. My aunt and uncle give 100 pesos. I had another 5 pesos. How much money did I really have?

Hint:

The correct answer is 10 pesos. If you read the question carefully, the question asked about your first money with "how much money DID I really have?" The money you had is 10 pesos. That is before your parents and relatives gave you additional money. However, given that the logic and time of the tense is in the past, it is safe to assume that the question pertains to the money you had originally before you received external money from someone else. Therefore, you had 5 pesos and another 5 pesos originally with you, which sums up to 10 pesos.

YES NO

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## $97 Shirt Riddle

I saw a shirt for $97. I borrowed $50 from Mom and $50 from Dad. I bought the shirt with $3 of change. I gave $1 to Mom, $1 to Dad, and kept $1 for myself. Now I owe my mom $49 and my dad $49. $49 + $49 = $98 + my $1 = $99. Where did the other $1 go?

Hint:

The two $49 figures mentioned in the riddle? Those are inconsequential for actually solving it - they're the debt this fashionable shopper owes his or her parents, not the money that actually changed hands during any of the transactions. So, in truth, the dollar didn't "go" anywhere; it's been there all along. You just have to know where to look for it - and what not to be distracted by.

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## Whom Should You See At The Bank To Borrow Money Riddle

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## Baseball Bat And A Ball Riddle

A baseball bat and a ball cost $1.10 together, and the bat costs $1.00 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?

Hint:

The ball costs 5c. Not 10c. One dollar more than 10c is $1.10, $1.10 + 10c is $1.20 One dollar more than 5c is $1.05. The sum of which is $1.10.

YES NO

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## A Man Gave One Son 10 Cents Riddle

Hint:

1:45. The man gave away a total of 25 cents. He divided it between two people. Therefore, he gave a quarter to two.

YES NO

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## A Book Costs $1 Riddle

Hint:

The book costs $2.

Let the cost be X. We know that:

X = 1 + X/2

Solving for X will give 2.

YES NO

Let the cost be X. We know that:

X = 1 + X/2

Solving for X will give 2.

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## Borrow $50 From Mom And $50 From Dad Riddle

I borrowed $50 from mom and $50 from dad to buy a bag costing $97. After the purchase, I had $3 left. I returned $1 to dad and $1 to mom, and reserved $1 for myself. I now owe $49+$49=$98 plus the $1 I reserved for myself, which is $99. Where is the missing $1?

Hint:

Total Money taken = $100($50+$50)

Now,

Bag's Price = $ 97

Remaining Amount = $100 - $97

= $ 3

Returned = $ 1 + $ 1

=$2

In pocket = $1

Total money owed = $100- ( Returned amount)

= $98( Bag's amount and reserved amount)

So, it was a calculation mistake.

YES NO

Now,

Bag's Price = $ 97

Remaining Amount = $100 - $97

= $ 3

Returned = $ 1 + $ 1

=$2

In pocket = $1

Total money owed = $100- ( Returned amount)

= $98( Bag's amount and reserved amount)

So, it was a calculation mistake.

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## 1 Rabbit Saw 6 Elephants Riddle

1 rabbit saw 6 elephants while going to the river.

Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river.

Every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands.

How many Animals are going towards the river?

Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river.

Every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands.

How many Animals are going towards the river?

Hint:

5 Animals.

Lets go through the question again.

1 rabbit saw 6 elephants while going to the river. Hence, 1 animal (rabbit) is going towards the river.

Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river. This is the tricky part, from the sentence it seems to imply each of the 6 elephants saw 2 monkeys going towards the river, hence logically will be 6 x 2 = 12 animals (monkeys) going towards the river.

However, the statement does not explicitly mention that Every elephant saw 2 DIFFERENT monkeys, hence implicit rules apply and infer that the 2 monkeys are the same.

Hence, correct answer is that every elephant saw 2 monkeys, and by inference, the 2 monkeys are the same, hence there exists only 2 monkeys which are going towards the river !!

Finally, every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands. Hence, 2 parrots are going towards the river.

So in total, 1 rabbit, 2 monkeys and 2 parrots (5 animals) are going towards the river.

YES NO

Lets go through the question again.

1 rabbit saw 6 elephants while going to the river. Hence, 1 animal (rabbit) is going towards the river.

Every elephant saw 2 monkeys going towards the river. This is the tricky part, from the sentence it seems to imply each of the 6 elephants saw 2 monkeys going towards the river, hence logically will be 6 x 2 = 12 animals (monkeys) going towards the river.

However, the statement does not explicitly mention that Every elephant saw 2 DIFFERENT monkeys, hence implicit rules apply and infer that the 2 monkeys are the same.

Hence, correct answer is that every elephant saw 2 monkeys, and by inference, the 2 monkeys are the same, hence there exists only 2 monkeys which are going towards the river !!

Finally, every monkey holds 1 parrot in their hands. Hence, 2 parrots are going towards the river.

So in total, 1 rabbit, 2 monkeys and 2 parrots (5 animals) are going towards the river.

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## Buys A Firework Riddle

A man buys a firework for $60 then he sells it for $70 then he buys it back for $80 but sells it for $90. How much money did he make?

Hint:

Look at debits and credits from his wallet:

buy Firework: -60

sell Firework: +70

buy Firework: -80

sell Firework: +90

+20

He profited $20

YES NO

buy Firework: -60

sell Firework: +70

buy Firework: -80

sell Firework: +90

+20

He profited $20

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## Steals $100 Riddle

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## Post Your Money Riddles Puns Below

Can you come up with a cool, funny or clever Money Riddles of your own? Post it below (without the answer) to see if you can stump our users.

1. What did the dollar say to the quarter when it saw its new sports car? "You're a real change-maker!"

2. Why did the banker retire? He lost interest.

3. How does a miser decorate his Christmas tree? With tinsel, but no silver!

4. What do you give a leopard who has run out of money? A wallet made of antelope skin.

5. Why did the robbers rob the bank? They wanted to cash in on the big bills.

6. Why did the milkman quit his job? He wasn't making enough cream.

7. What does a bank robber do after he gets out of jail? He takes a quick withdrawal.

8. Why did the man put his money in the freezer? He wanted his assets to be frozen.

9. What did the penny say to the dollar bill? "Hey big spender, got any change?"

10. Why did the million-dollar art collector buy a painting of a dollar bill? Because money talks!

1. What did the dollar say to the quarter when it saw its new sports car? "You're a real change-maker!"

2. Why did the banker retire? He lost interest.

3. How does a miser decorate his Christmas tree? With tinsel, but no silver!

4. What do you give a leopard who has run out of money? A wallet made of antelope skin.

5. Why did the robbers rob the bank? They wanted to cash in on the big bills.

6. Why did the milkman quit his job? He wasn't making enough cream.

7. What does a bank robber do after he gets out of jail? He takes a quick withdrawal.

8. Why did the man put his money in the freezer? He wanted his assets to be frozen.

9. What did the penny say to the dollar bill? "Hey big spender, got any change?"

10. Why did the million-dollar art collector buy a painting of a dollar bill? Because money talks!