Turning the big 3-0 is one of the very first real steps into adulthood. By 30-years-old, you have likely earned your college degree or found your calling in life. You’ve settled into a job, quite possibly found your life partner, and maybe even had one or two kids. Despite some major accomplishments in your life, there is a very good chance that you regret some of the money decisions you made or didn’t make before turning 30.
From starting a 401K to purchasing healthcare, here are 23 things you wish you did with your money before turning 30.