The Ultimate Financial Advice for 30-Year-Olds

“Doing okay and being wealthy are two very, very different things. If you’re after the latter, then you need to live as far below your means as possible.”

This one may be geared to 30-year-olds, but its likely of value to you no matter how old you are.

Eric Roberge is a financial planner who shares seven pieces of financial advice for 30-year-olds including to focus on the percentage of income saved instead of the dollar amount, diversify where you invest instead of just your portfolio, and spend time tracking and reviewing your money.