Festival of Frugality #246 – Retirement Edition

Welcome to the Festival of Frugality #246! I hope everyone had a great weekend and I’m here to kick off your shortened week, which I think everyone is grateful for. I’m happy to be hosting for the first time since the Super Bowl, which was great and the reason why I’m back for more.

I just had my 1 year blogiversary, so while I’m pretty far behind some of my fellow bloggers, I’ve had a good run so far and will be continuing for the foreseeable future. In celebration, I’m hosting my biggest giveaway ever, with over $150 in cash and prizes, so check it out for a chance to win!

The edition of the festival will focus on some interesting facts and quotes on retirement. While I may feel like I’m ready to sit on the beach with no worries, I’m not quite there yet. Slowly but surely, right? Enjoy this week’s festival!

In my retirement I go for a short swim at least once or twice every day. It’s either that or buy a new golf ball. ~Gene Perret

Editors Picks:

Jason presents Hippy Month – September’s 30 Day Project posted at Live Real, Now.

Tom presents Saving Money At A Farmers Market posted at Canadian Finance Blog.

Squirrelers presents What Really Motivates You to Save? posted at Squirrelers.

Control your Cash presents Meet your role model, Part I of II posted at Control Your Cash: Making Money Make Sense.

Paul Williams presents Coupons for Lottery Tickets – Seriously? posted at Provident Planning.

“The money is no better in retirement, but the hours are!”

Craig Ford presents 5 Reasons to Keep Emergency Funds in an Online Savings Account posted at Money Help For Christians.

Jim presents How to get Two Free Credit Reports a Year posted at Bargaineering.

Money Beagle presents 5 Ways To Save At The Beach posted at Money Beagle.

FMF presents Another Way to Save Money with AAA posted at Free Money Finance.

Lauren presents Value Size posted at Richly Reasonable.

J. Money presents It’s National Coupon Month! posted at Budgets Are Sexy.

Americans older than 50 account for more than 77% of the country’s financial assets, 77% of all prescription drug purchases, and 80% of all luxury travel purchases!

David Carlson presents How Groupon Made Me a Believer posted at Dual Income No Kids.

Free From Broke presents What’s This Groupon I Keep Hearing About? posted at Free From Broke.

Roshawn Watson presents Is Extreme Frugality For You? posted at Watson Inc.

John presents Cutting out Snacks to Save Money posted at Passive Family Income.

Ken presents Understanding Tax Deductions posted at Spruce Up Your Finances.

“I’m retired – goodbye tension, hello pension!”

Kay Lynn Akers presents What’s the Definition of Needs? posted at Bucksome Boomer.

PT presents Free Online Checking Accounts posted at PT Money.

Suba presents Freshman Finances : Save money with cheap college textbooks posted at Wealth Informatics.

Donna Freedman presents Attract girls even if you still live at home posted at Smart Spending.

Christian Treitler presents Setting up a budget for time posted at Money Obedience.

Mike Collins presents Printer Ink Cartridges – 8 Ways to Stretch Your Printer Ink posted at Saving Money Today.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s festival! Don’t forget to submit for next week, which will be hosted by My Personal Finance Journey.

Festival of Frugality #246 – Retirement Edition

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15 thoughts on “Festival of Frugality #246 – Retirement Edition

  1. So, “Americans older than 50 account for more than 77% of the country’s financial assets, 77% of all prescription drug purchases, and 80% of all luxury travel purchases!” In order to appreciate what this means: what percentage of the population is over 50?

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