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18 Smart Things Retirees Should Do With Their Money Right Now

Retiring isn’t the end of your financial journey. Though you might be done planning for your golden years, you’ll still have to understand how to save and spend money in retirement. This isn’t always easy, as you’re likely living on a fixed income. So, it can be frustrating that there is no standard playbook dictating […]

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20 Perfect Suburbs to Retire in USA

Leaving behind big-city life for retirement in the suburbs can provide you with a slower pace of life and help you save money on housing and other living expenses. We scored and ranked the best suburbs for retirement based on a number of factors, including cost of living comparisons, median home prices and property tax […]

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19 Best Deals at Trader Joe’s This Month

Anyone who has shopped at Trader Joe’s undoubtedly understands why this grocery chain has a cult following. The store’s gloriously low prices and interesting array of products can make your shopping experience actually fun. As a bonus, the gourmet grocer constantly throws new goods into the mix, and the always-low price points make it almost […]

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23 Vintage Photos of Parenting That Would Never Fly Today

“Back in my day, we used to walk 5 miles to school in sub-zero temperatures without batting an eyelid. Not like you spoiled little brats these days!” We all have an older relative who says things like this, despairing of the coddled youth with their smartphones, crappy music and parents that seemingly can’t say no […]

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10 Best & Worst Buys from Garage Sales for This Spring

It’s officially spring cleaning season, which will undoubtedly lead to a surge in garage sales. Budget-minded shoppers know garage sale prices can be a great way to score incredible deals, but sometimes another person’s rejects are really just rubbish. Use these garage sale tips to make sure you score big off spring cleaning season.

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Cut Off Your Bills Using These 10 Energy-Saving Tips

Conventional wisdom says to turn your thermostat down in the winter when you want to save on energy costs. Knock it back 10 to 15 degrees, and you’ll save about 10 percent on your heating bill annually. Some estimates are even more optimistic. According to the California Energy Commission, you can save 5 percent for […]

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Airports to Avoid

Statistics say that airplanes are the safest way to travel. But, unfortunately, there are tragic events that shocked the world even we’re living in the age of development and technology. For example, look at this video to see how the pilot of a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III can lose airplane’s control in a second… After […]

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20 Unbelievable Senior Discounts You Could Get When You Turn 50

Aging doesn’t always have its perks, but this list of discounts might add some pizzazz to the fact of getting older and help cut costs for retirees. Starting at age 50 (the minimum age for AARP membership), seniors can cash in on numerous deals just for being born on or before the date required for […]

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7 Smart Tips to Cut Off Your Cable Bill Starting This Month

CABLE TV IS EXPENSIVE and getting more so all the time. According to recent market research from Leichtman Research Group, the average monthly cable or satellite bill is now up to $107, yet 78 percent of U.S. households still pay for TV service. While many of your monthly bills are unavoidable, cable is ultimately a […]

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These 23 Budget Cities Help Seniors to Retire With $1500/Month

Finding space in your budget to save and invest money isn’t easy for everyone. In fact, a recent survey by GOBankingRates found that 55 percent of Americans who don’t invest attribute it to not having the money. As such, plenty of Americans are facing down a retirement where their only source of income is a […]

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