Qia Gunster has lived in British Columbia pretty much his entire 20 years, but he has no papers. People happy with the freedom they enjoy,” Gunster told Yahoo Canada News. Gunster’s mother travelled from Arizona to northern B.C. when he was less than two years old.
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People in their 30s spend a significant part of their income towards lifestyle needs, home loan EMI and children's tuition fees. If they are able to achieve these, they think they are doing fine. Financial planning is not on their priority list and hence they end up committing financial mistakes which can cost them dearly. If you are in your 30s avoid doing the following mistakes.
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