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The Five Ages of Financial Planning: 18 - 35 Starting Out

We produced a brief guide to help you gain a better understanding of what you should reflect upon financially as you progress through your life stages. Let’s start at the time when schooling finishes and you legally become an adult.

At this early stage of your financial life, it is all about learning how to budget. Whether this involves employment or further education, a good understanding of what is coming in and going out will always stand you in good stead.

 

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