“Your 20s are a unique time. You may have gotten your first real job, but you may also have few financial obligations, allowing you to spend money — and make minor financial errors — somewhat freely.
But your financial life may become very different in your 30s. A mortgage payment could appear in your expenses. Old debts might begin to take a toll. Children may add significant new costs.
That makes your 30s a great time to leave those elementary financial mistakes behind for good. Here are nine money missteps that can derail the financial growth that should mark your 30s.”
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