9) Not Sticking to your Retirement Budget
When you reach retirement, you’ll want to create a weekly or monthly budget. This budget will help you track how much you’re spending.
Everyone’s budget will be different depending on the things they’re looking for in their golden years. One of the things you don’t want to do, though, is ignore your budget. When you do this, you could quickly spend more than you mean to, which could result in you having less to spend on necessary items. If you realize that part of your budget isn’t working for you, try reconfiguring it. Play around with it a bit and see where you need to spend more money and where you can afford to spend less. By doing this, you’ll be able to create a budget that’s right for your individual needs.