8 Budgeting Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid in Early Retirement

Budgeting Mistake
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Budgeting Mistake: Holding Onto An Expensive Home

Even if you can count yourself among the lucky retirees who enter retirement mortgage-free, owning your own home is still pricey. Not only will you have to deal with insurance and property taxes, but you should also think about the cost of maintenance.

A typical homeowner tends to spend around 1 to 4 percent of their home’s value on upkeep every year. But if you’ve owned your home for more than 30 years, you can count on hitting the higher end of that spectrum.

A more suitable solution would be to downsize to a smaller house or apartment or something that’s simply less expensive to maintain.

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1 thought on “8 Budgeting Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid in Early Retirement”

  1. Check supermarket and gas prices before you buy! Also, check several service stations before you get your vehicle repaired.

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