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You make sure youre not paying any unnecessary fees.
You make sure you're not paying any unnecessary fees.
Your finances may be in better shape than you think.
- It's easy to worry about your financial situation, but you may be doing better than you think.
- Setting clear financial goals, sticking to a budget, and planning ahead for large purchases are all signs that you're staying on track with your money.
- You should also be saving regularly, living within your means, and planning for retirement.
When you were a kid, you probably thought being a grown up was all about staying up late and not having to do math homework.
But the truth is, adulting is a whole lot harder than that. Going to work, household responsibilities, and paying bills can take up a lot of your time.
Part of being an adult is having your finances in order, and it can be easy to worry that your nest egg isn't what it should be. Fortunately, there are some basic things you may already be doing that can help you stay on the right track with your finances.
INSIDER spoke with Tamara Dervin, a Chicago-based personal finance coach and certified financial educator, about what it takes to be financially stable. She gave her advice on some of the best things you can do to help secure a solid financial future for your family. You may realize that you're in better shape than you think.
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