4 Things You Should Do to Be Financially Independent Before Turning 30

Feb 2, 2016 10:00:00 AM / by Suvi Hoikka

For fresh graduates and young professionals, financial independence is a big step and a proud accomplishment. Circumstances may differ between the east and west with this concept, because part-time or summer jobs are less of a common concept in Asia. Often, a fresh graduate's first job after university will be his or her first job ever. In this scenario, it would be wise for this market to think about how best to manage the new inflow of cash they will have coming in. It is never too early to start some basic personal financial management. It may be the key to smarter spending and good money habits down the road. Keep these 4 things in mind when to hit financial independence before the age of 30!


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Topics: tips, smart spending, financial independence, money

Suvi Hoikka
Suvi Hoikka

Suvi Hoikka is Editor-in-Chief at FlySpaces, an online marketplace for office space. She writes about anything and everything revolving around the workspace industry. Whether it’s the coolest rooftop event spaces in Jakarta or latest trends in office space diversity, her works continue to open relevant discussions on various workspace topics around the web.

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