Best Money Tips: Things to Do Before You Retire
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on things to do before you retire, questions to ask yourself before you buy something, and how to create a low-cost will.
Top 5 Articles
5 Things To Do Before You Retire — Before you retire, create healthy habits and take lots of pictures. [Forbes]
4 Essential Questions to Ask Before Buying Anything — Before you buy something, ask yourself whether or not you own something that functions in a similar way. [Money Help For Christians]
How to Create a Low-Cost Will — Want to create a low-cost will? Search for lawyers near you who will provide pro-bono wills. [Free From Broke]
Frugal Foodie's Guide to Preserving Summer Produce — Preserve tomatoes by making a tomato jam. [MintLife Blog]
Five Ways to Get What You Need For Very Little or No Money — If there's something you need just temporarily, try borrowing it from someone else. [Financial Highway]
Other Essential Reading
16 Essentials For A Long Car Ride — If you are going on a long car ride, be sure to bring motion sickness cures. [SavvySugar]
6 Tips to Surviving Homework Time — To survive homework time, make sure you have plenty of snacks. [Parenting Squad]
7 Things You Don't Need to Do Today — Chances are, you don't need to associate with negative people today. [Time Management Ninja]
How to Make Sense of Your Credit Card Numbers — Did you know that on American Express credit cards, the 3rd and 4th numbers show if you are dealing with a business or personal card? [Good Financial Cents]
Forex 101: Pros, Cons, and Risks To Consider — One of the big risks of Forex trading is how quickly economics can change. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]
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