Best Money Tips: 10 Ways to Increase Your Social Security Payout

By Amy Lu on 11 September 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to increase your social security payout before you retire, ways to save at Dunkin’ Donuts, and how to take group vacations without losing friends.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways To Increase Your Social Security Payout Before You Retire — Each year that you work increases your social security payout. If you continue working after your retirement age, your benefit amount will increase by 8% up to age 70. [SheBudgets]

7 Ways to Save at Dunkin’ Donuts — Look for a survey code on your Dunkin' Donuts receipt. Fill out the online survey and you'll score a free doughnut when you buy a medium or larger drink. [Money Talks News]

How to take group vacations (without losing friends) — If you can't agree on where to stay, be open to splitting up the group so that everyone can have the accommodations they want. You can always meet up for activities and outings later. [CNN Money]

The Secret To Packing The Perfect Travel Dopp Kit — Here's what you need to assemble the perfect Dopp kit to help you stay prepared on your travels. [Dumb Little Man]

11 DIY Projects You Should Definitely Leave to the Professionals — These projects are either too dangerous, too difficult, or simply too easy to mess up. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

5 Lifesaving Habits of a Real-Life Professional Organizer — Keep a magic eraser in the shower and wipe down your walls after turning the water off. This will keep your shower clean and mildew-free. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Things You Need To Be Okay With. Right Now. — It's okay to cry. Crying is not a weakness, and emotional tears actually have special health benefits. [Life Hacks]

9 Ways To Bring Your Home Management Skills To The Next Level — Stay on top of household laundry by doing a load a day. [A Mess Free Life]

Amid Harvey recovery, small businesses roll up sleeves and get back to work — Houston's small businesses are providing helping hands in the rebuilding process as well as a sense of normality for the community. [The Christian Science Monitor]

3 Signs You Shouldn’t Work With That Freelance Client — Some clients are more trouble than their worth. If you spot these three problematic signs in a potential client, it's probably a good idea to turn down the work. [Due]

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