Your 20s were a time for discovery, learning, and developing your skillset. But now that you have some experience under your belt and you've advanced in your career and your pay range, it's time to get serious about planning for your future—and that means a lot more than contributing to your 401(k). From resolving your credit to making more sophisticated investments, here are eight financial tasks you should tackle in your 30s.
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Insurance for Dummies by Jack Hungelmann ($17)
The Smartest 401(k) Book You'll Ever Read by Daniel R. Solin ($13)
The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing by Jason Kelly ($9)
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