Best Money Tips: Avoid These Big Retirement Money Mistakes

By Amy Lu on 11 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on retirement money mistakes to avoid, easy ways to handle rejection, and time management tips for beginners.

Top 5 Articles

5 Big Retirement Money Mistakes to Avoid — Don't lose track of an old 401(k) account. Whether you roll it into an IRA or not, someone should be managing that money. [Kiplinger]

10 Easy Ways To Handle Rejection — Keep your rejection off the Internet, especially when you're still angry, bitter, or hurt. [easyWays]

10 Time Management Tips for Beginners — You don’t need expensive software or gadgets to develop a time management system. Your phone probably has built-in apps that will help. Even a pad of paper will work. [Time Management Ninja]

The Pros and Cons of All-Inclusive Resorts — An all-inclusive resort package can be an easy, stress-free option for first-time travelers who are nervous about planning a vacation on their own. [PopSugar Smart Living]

21 Ways to Cut Costs in Retirement — Seniors can take advantage of club memberships that offer a variety of services and discounts, such as AARP, AAA, and Costco. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

Simple Things You Can Do to Improve Your Mental Health — Yesterday was Mental Health Day, but every day is a good day to work on your mental well-being. [Common Cents Mom]

Ways You Are Jeopardizing Your Wealth — Don't waste your time looking for the next get rich quick scheme — they're always too good to be true!  [Money Spruce]

5 Simple Ways to Pay Off College Debt Faster — If you have multiple sources of debt, go over your repayment methods for ways to pay off those debts more quickly. [Dumb Little Man]

6 Stores That Allow Coupon Stacking — Popular drugstores like CVS, Rite-Aid, and Walgreens allow you to stack manufacturer coupons and store coupons for greater savings. [Money Talks News]

With cyber crime on the rise, businesses look for insurance against hackers — Cyber crime insurance to protects a business's sensitive information from potential threats. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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