Best Money Tips: Non-Financial Retirement Planning

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on nonfinancial retirement planning, areas where you may be paying more than you should, and how to choose your first bank.

Top 5 Articles

Non-Financial Retirement Planning: List 10 Retired Activities — There’s a lot more to retirement planning than just the financial parts. [My Money Blog]

Stop! You’re Giving Them Too Much Money: Common Areas Where Most Households Pay More Than They Should — If you haven’t negotiated the pricing on these common household services within the past two years, it’s time to pick up the phone and the service provider a call. [Disease Called Debt]

What You Need To Know About Selecting Your First Bank — The bank you choose should have the features you want most, like online banking, a user-friendly mobile app, or high interest paid on your deposits. [The College Investor]

Top 3 Decluttering Excuses for Holding on to Crap You Don’t Need — Learn how to get over these top excuses for holding on to stuff. Let it go! [Be More With Less]

What To Do When You Get Medical Bills You Can’t Afford — These straightforward strategies will help you handle those eye-popping medical bills. [Money Under 30]

Other Essential Reading

46 Easy DIYs You Need to Try This Weekend — Try these easy DIY projects for a creative weekend. From spa items to home décor to cute accessories, there’s bound to be something fun for you! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Investing in Your Earning Potential — It can make sense to slow down your retirement savings for a short while if you’re using that money to increase your earning potential. [Oblivious Investor]

Is Extreme Frugality Necessary to Save for Retirement? — Everyone has different goals for retirement — and will take different paths to get where they want to be. [Free Money Finance]

How to Use the Debt Snowflake Method — Tiny cash windfalls may not seem like much on their own, but get enough of them together and they’ll have a big impact on paying off your debt. [Money After Graduation]

How to Buy an Engagement Ring Online — Buying an engagement ring online can help you save a lot of money and allow you to buy exactly what you — and your partner — want. [Wallet Hacks]

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