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6 money lessons from my incredibly frugal parents I’ve taken with me into adulthood

I learned from my parents that it's smartest to be frugal with a purpose; to be frugal because you want to use your money elsewhere.

The 4 best money lessons I learned from ‘Financial Freedom,’ by a man who retired at 30 as a millionaire

In his book "Financial Freedom," Grant Sabatier breaks down exactly how he reached financial independence and how you can, too.
Don't make these mistakes with your money as you near retirement age.

The 7 biggest money mistakes people make before they retire

Your retirement should be your golden years. But if you make some of these mistakes, it could become a time of financial stress.
Caroline Lupini in the Rioja Wine Region, Spain.

I have almost 30 credit cards, and there are 5 things I wish I’d known about points and miles when I was starting out

I have almost 30 credit cards and fly around the world thanks to credit card rewards, but getting into points and miles has a huge learning curve.
Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL with his entire career earnings.

Rob Gronkowski said he hasn’t ruled out an NFL comeback — here’s how he saved his entire $54 million career earnings from the NFL

Rob Gronkowski hasn't ruled out returning to the NFL. He retired with his entire career earnings by practicing a typical millionaire lifestyle habit.
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Watching my dad build a business from scratch in my teens taught me 3 lifelong lessons about money

It was my dad's dream to own a business, and after he was laid off when I was a teenager, he took the plunge and became an entrepreneur.

6 things I wish I could tell my 20-year-old self about money

I wish I could go back and tell my 20-year-old self that I probably don't need a masters degree and to have more than one bank account.
The author, Dave Johnson, was surprised by the unexpected financial implications of getting divorced.

8 things I wish I knew before I got divorced

After my divorce, I've learned that everything is more expensive when you're single, from taxes to insurance to your phone service.

6 sneaky ways coupons and sales actually make you spend more money

When using coupons, you can easily be tricked into buying more than what you need and end up spending over budget.
Take these steps to avoid going broke in retirement.

5 steps you can take now to avoid going broke in retirement

Financial experts told us you should save 10% of your income and delay your Social Security benefits for as long as possible.