If you want to live the rest of your life in comfort (who doesn’t?), you have to learn and build good money habits.
Don’t think that reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad is enough to make you a personal finance expert. We approach money in different ways, plus we all have a whole host of cognitive biases to grapple with. The money advice that works for rich people may not work for you.
So you don’t ruin your finances with silly mistakes, you have to learn what you don’t know and practise what you know, until you build a suite of automatic behaviours.
Here are 20 money habits to have by the time you hit your 30s.