Best Money Tips: Cheapest Cities for Retirees

By Amy Lu on 11 February 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the cheapest cities for retirees, the best time to visit top vacation destinations for big savings, and affordable but romantic Valentine’s Day ideas.

Top 5 Articles

Cheapest Places Where You'll Want to Retire — In Hot Springs, Arkansas, housing and health care for retirees are particularly low, at 24.1% and 12.2% below the national average, respectively. [Kiplinger]

When to Hit 10 Top Vacation Destinations for Big Savings — Vacation rentals in London are cheapest a few weeks before mid-July. [Cheapism]

13 Inexpensive But Romantic Valentine's Day Ideas — Hop into your car and take a long drive through a scenic area nearby. [Parenting Squad]

11 Signs You Have Hoarding Tendencies — Do you make piles of things to deal with later…and let those piles sit for days? [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Crazy Things That We Do With Our Money — With online rental and streaming services, it doesn't make sense to buy a film that you haven't seen. [Stack The Chips]

Other Essential Reading

Your Health: Staying Safe with Medicine — Keep medicine in their original containers and out of reach of children. Make sure they're stored properly! Some meds require refrigeration. [The Frugal Toad]

3 Surefire Strategies to Value Yourself And Stop Working for Free — Be honest! Take a hard look at your situation and analyze your justifications, thoughts, and feelings. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

5 Tasks You Can Outsource — Spend your time on things that matter. Email management is one of those tasks that you can easily hand off to a virtual assistant. [Grad Money Matters]

Practice An Attitude Of Gratitude To Improve Your Finances — Practicing gratitude allows you to appreciate what you have and stop focusing on what you don't. [Bible Money Matters]

8 Tips to Secure Your Marriage (and Money) for Years to Come — Decide ahead of time who will take care of which financial tasks. [PT Money]

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