Rising college senior and always been really interested in personal finance, whether it be building credit score, different retirement plans, real estate, tax advantages, etc. Just wondering what the financial achievements and aspirations of those on this sub are. Not really sure whats considered "good" by x age, and I get that it depends on so many factors, but it would be interesting to hear about your guys' experience. Whether you planned your finances really well or poorly early on, how much of it was "fun stuff" and whether it was worth it, and how your financial goals developed and changed as you grew into your career in terms of salary, net worth, or anything else.
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