“Few people can go it totally alone when it comes to managing your finances, especially if you’ve transitioned from a single- to double-income household. So cull a group of professionals who can help guide and grow with you.”
In most cases your 30s and 40s are the prime of your life.
Chances are you’re killing it in your career, likely earning more than ever before, expanding your family, and may even be living in your white-picket-fence dream home.
But with success comes greater financial responsibilities.
You probably have a mortgage, credit card bills and after-school activities to worry about — plus your kids’ college education and your own nest egg.