Should You Keep or Break These Financial Commandments in Your 30s?

Your 30s are a pivotal decade for personal finance, and the choices you make now will have a lasting impact on the rest of your life. But how do you know if those choices are good ones?

People in their 20s are expected to have a few bumps in the road to financial stability. No one gets overly frustrated with a recent college grad who hasn’t figured out how a 401k works because they’re just starting out in the “real world.” But by the time that they transition into their 30s, these same people are expected to have figured out adulting.

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