Best Money Tips: 57 Avoidable Tax Mistakes
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on avoidable tax mistakes, building a credit score from scratch, and how to accomplish your financial resolutions.
Top 5 Articles
57 Avoidable Tax Mistakes — Don't make the mistake of not using certified mail when mailing your return to the IRS. [The Wisdom Journal]
Building a Credit Score from Scratch: 6 Easy Steps — Build your credit score from the ground up by understanding what factors influence your credit score. [NerdWallet]
How to Accomplish Your Financial New Year's Resolutions in 30 Days — Accomplish your financial resolutions in 30 days by joining a financial bootcamp. [MyMoneyCircles]
9 Rogue Rules to Fix Corporate Email — Get your work emails under control by making sure to spell check and keeping your emails short. [Time Management Ninja]
Why Are You Over Spending? — You might be overspending to give yourself an emotional boost. [Financial Highway]
Other Essential Reading
Fresh Start Resolution: Get Rid Of The Stuff You Don't Need — If you have books you want to get rid of, try selling them on Amazon, Ebay, or Craigslist. [SavvySugar]
How to Throw a Winter-Themed Baby Shower — To throw a winter-themed baby shower, consider making paper snowflakes and having bouquets of white flowers as decorations. [Parenting Squad]
What Percent Are You? — Did you know that top earners (people who make more than $97,000 per year) make up 50% of all U.S. income? [Free Money Finance]
5 Reasons People Resist Change — Sometimes people resist change because they don't want to admit past mistakes. [American Express OPEN Forum]
4 Things You Don't Want to Hear From Your Financial Advisor — One thing you don't want to hear from your financial advisor: "You need a lifestyle check." [Credit Karma Blog]
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