8 Money Moves You Should Make as an Empty Nester

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The coast is finally clear. The kids have moved out of the house. Your home is officially an empty nest.

It’s not just your home that has opened up, though. It’s also your budget.

With dependents gone, your spending should drop — presenting an opportunity to ramp up savings as you close in on retirement.

The following tips will help you make the most financially of that empty nest.

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