A person’s 30s are typically filled with major changes: a career move, marriage, a home purchase, pregnancy and more.
“They’re at a point in life when they’re hitting milestones that often come with a larger price tag,” says Kristen Robinson, senior vice president of digital experience at Fidelity Investments.
So, it’s no wonder 30-somethings face complicated financial challenges. Not only must they pay for today’s necessities, they also have to think about their future and their retirement.
If you’re in your 30s, follow these seven tips to manage expenses today while saving for the future.