CEMENTING A STRONGER RELATIONSHIP WITH MONEY
There are risks inherent in financial decision making, no matter what your age. In your thirties, however, it’s important to use this decade to cement a stronger relationship with money and take advantage of the time ahead of you
A study reveals that people in their early thirties are putting off life milestones, such as having children or buying a home, due to being one of the least financially resilient groups in the UK. A
quarter (24%) of the 30 to 35-year-olds in the study, of which there are 4.7 million in the UK, feel worried about the financial impact of life milestones – double the national average (12%). Nearly one in six (17%) say they’ve put off major life milestones because they don’t feel financially mature enough.