Best Money Tips: Retirement Questions People Forget to Ask
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on important (but often forgotten) retirement questions, easy part-time jobs, and work-life balance tips.
Top 5 Articles
9 Crucial Questions about Retirement People Forget To Ask — Are you really going to retire? If you stay active and continue to work after retirement, you might be able to factor in some side income. [Wealth Pilgrim]
7 Easy Part Time Jobs — If you love early mornings, consider being a paper delivery person. [Being Frugal]
Work-Life Balance Tips for Newbies — It's a pretty good day when you achieve something and enjoy something. [SavvySugar]
Top Car Insurance Myths: How many have YOU fallen for? — Driving a red car will not raise your insurance rates. [The Wisdom Journal]
What Did the Olympic Closing Ceremonies Teach Us Financially? — You can't please everyone, so stop trying. Ignore the comments on what you're doing. [Canadian Personal Finance Blog]
Other Essential Reading
How to Negotiate to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rates — Clearly and firmly tell the customer service rep that you want your interest rate lowered. Don't be meek! [Free From Broke]
DIY Wall Art For Your Living Room — Even the not-very-artistic can do this project using blank canvasses, leftover paint, and a wall decal kit. [See Debt Run]
Save on School Supplies — Use the SaleLocator app to the find the closest in-store sales. [Parenting Squad]
5 Perks to Negotiate When a Raise Isn't an Option — Ask for a flexible work schedule if you don't like your usual hours. [Free Money Finance]
10 Conveniences You Can Probably Do Without — Unless it's for business, a cell phone Internet plan is probably not something you need. [Faithful With A Few]
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