Learning best practices for handling your money and investments is a lifelong process. That’s why I’m committed to helping people improve their financial planning. To that end, I recently contributed some insights to Jamie Catmull of GOBanking Rates about the top money skills you need to learn in your 30s and 40s.
These money skills insights include:
- Always invest in yourself first. Start investing in yourself by treating your retirement savings like a bill you pay.
- Maintain an emergency fund worth three to six months of your average expenses.
- And make sure this emergency fund is liquid so that you can utilize it at any moment.
To learn about all of these financial skills, read the entire article at gobankingrates.com.