8 Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

I was curious to what some of their top money regrets might be. Whether it is something with savings, budgeting, debt, investing, or even career wise that may have affected their salary.

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

Andrew,  The Wealthy Nickel

My top money regret is not getting started sooner. This has been a regret in various stages in the past, and I’m sure will continue into the future.

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

Jarek,  Time in the Market

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

My top money regret is simply not tracking my savings and expenses earlier. I started to do it in 2015 but until then I was just kind of winging it.

Melissa, melissablevins.com

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

I wasn’t keeping track of my finances, and I wound up borrowing from my overdraft protection at the bank I worked at (to the tune of $1000) and taking out a payday loan.

Fred,  Money With A Purpose

My biggest money regret is pouring money into our son thinking we could help him overcome his addiction to heroin.

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

Robert from RealMoneyRobert.com

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

My biggest money regret was taking an early withdraw out of my 401k in an effort to pay off debt.

Camilo, from  The Finance Twins

After realizing how much money I had unnecessarily wasted, I immediately moved in with a friend and cut my rent bill nearly in half. Suffice it to say that I NEVER made that same mistake again.

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

Michael,  Your Money Geek

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

My biggest money regret is being too trusting of others and not sticking up for myself.

Todd, Invested Wallet

One of my top money regrets during my lifetime is not understanding investing and 401ks sooner.

Financial Bloggers Share Their Top Money Regrets

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