Over Age 30? 12 Financial Rules You Should Follow

Julia Millay Walsh

Age is just a number, but when you hit 30, somehow things start to get real—really fast. Wrinkles develop. Mom starts nagging you to have kids. You may even have friends getting divorced. It’s easy to let your financial health slip since it’s not staring you in the face like those crow’s feet. But in all seriousness, it really is time to work on your financial fitness, especially if you want to set yourself up for a well-funded retirement and meet your personal, professional, and shared family goals.

But where does one begin? How do you curb a spending habit and start saving? We know how tough it can be leaving your frivolous 20s for your serious 30s, so we compiled 12 financial rules to follow—it’s time to toss these things too.

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