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How To Build Wealth in Your 30s

Let's talk about how to build wealth in your 30s! So you’ve spent your 20s establishing your career and becoming financially independent from your parents. While your focus may be far from thinking about retirement, your 30s are a great time to build wealth.

Here are a few steps to take as you build wealth in yours 30s.

Create a plan for your goals

During this decade of your life there are so many things you might be thinking about, including homeownership, getting married, and possibly starting a family. Start by making a list of the things you wish to purchase or experience that require money.

Jotting down and memorializing all of your financial goals will help you prioritize and serve as a reminder of what’s important to you. Understand that this list of goals is guaranteed to change and grow. Once you have a list of financial goals it’s time to create a plan.

Create a spending plan

Once you have a list, you can start working towards your goals. Having a budget will help you understand your income and your expenses. The key thing here is to spend less than you earn so that you have money to dedicate to your goals. Spend less than you make and invest the difference.

As you plan out how to build wealth in your 30s, you must assign every rupee you earn a job. Some of your earnings will go to your essential expenses (needs) and discretionary expenses (wants). But don’t forget to pay yourself like a bill and begin to save for the things and experiences on your goals list. By having a plan for your money, you can ensure when and how your money is spent.

Be a mindful spender

Many of us shop out of boredom, when stressed or on an impulse. Ask yourself:

· Is this a need or a want?

· Can I afford to pay it in full right now?

· When am I not getting on my priority list by making this purchase?

· How many hours of work will this time cost me?

Being an intentional spender is about being aware each time we spend money. It’s not about deprivation. Instead, it’s about remembering your goals.

Pay yourself first

An easy way to guarantee you save for your financial goals is to pay yourself first. Before you pay your rent, debt, cell phone company, or any other bill, set money aside for your goals. You can have contributions to your savings account automatically deducted from your paycheck.

Avoid lifestyle inflation

Now that you are making more money than ever before, you might be tired of living the broke lifestyle. You’ve worked hard and it’s time you live comfortably. But don’t confuse comfort with luxury.

Lifestyle inflation is the act of spending more as we make more. The problem is that if we are not careful, it’s easy to spend more than we make. Don’t be afraid to spend where it counts but understand that for every unplanned purchase, you are deciding that the purchase is more important than your financial goal.

Invest and develop a millionaire mindset

Understanding the basics of investing is going to empower you as you build wealth in your 30s. Don’t be afraid to take risks. Although there are risks with any type of investment, understanding the investing basics will help you develop the confidence to take calculated risks.

According to an INC article, 65% of self-made millionaires had three streams of income, 45% had four streams of income, and 29% had five or more streams of income. Just like your investments, diversify your income streams. A millionaire mindset will allow you to stay committed and focused on your goals.

In closing, remember this; spend less than you earn, and invest the difference. The more you earn the more you are able to invest. Build, increase, and diversify your sources of income. As your income increases, avoid increasing expenses and instead increase your investment contributions. Be mindful about where and how you spend money by tracking your expenses.

Building wealth at any age is possible. The earlier you start the longer you allow your money to grow through investments.

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