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Life is generally expensive, but have you ever wondered which year had or will have you feeling the financial strain the most? U.K.-based credit check site ClearScore crunched some numbers and determined age 31 is most expensive, costing about $60,058. In a poll of about 3,000 people, about 27 percent said the cost of getting married emptied their pockets around that age, while 25 percent said the cost of buying a house was very costly. Twenty percent said starting or expanding their family was a major financial worry at age 31, and 14 percent said their honeymoon costs were high at that point in their life. ClearScore estimated the cost of getting married, honeymooning, having a baby and looking to buy a home could add about $70,000 to one’s ordinary costs in the course of a year. Another interesting find: nearly 33 percent of respondents ages 25 to 34 say they still get money from mom and dad