We did a series a couple of weeks ago on the 99 Great Ways to Save from the AARP Bulletin and I’ve had lots of listener feedback. So here’s more.
When it comes to saving, not spending money is the preferred way to save.
If you can save money on everything you purchase and every service you require you will have money left to fund your financial goals.
Websites like Freebie-Depot.com, Mrfreestuff.com and Shop4Freebies.com offer samples of products and online coupons and rebates.
Buying index funds instead of actively managed funds can cut your investing expenses by up to 80% annually.
For the record, I am a card carrying member of AARP and I do read their publications.
The key to getting discounts is to ask. If you don’t look like a senior the kid selling movie tickets isn’t going to ask you if you want a senior discount.
Many individuals will be riding off into that retirement sunset solo.
With reverse mortgages, you borrow against the equity in your home and the money does not have to be paid back until you die or want to move.
Next Sunday is Father’s Day and this is a good time to continue the series we started around Mother’s Day on helping our elders.