Best Money Tips: Ace Your Next Job Interview

by Ashley Jacobs on 16 March 2011 7 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on acing your next job interview, signs you've taken frugality too far, and unexpected tax deductions.

Top 5 Articles

10 Tips to Ace Your Next Job Interview — Stand out at your next job interview by asking the interviewer at the end of the interview. [Kiplinger]

Being Frugal - 10 Signs You've Taken It Too Far — If your life revolves around your wallet, you've taken frugality too far. [Little House in the Valley]

5 Unexpected Tax Deductions — If you have a service dog or a guard dog for your company, you can deduct the cost of his or her food. [BNET]

How to email important people (5 tips you need to know) — Next time you are emailing someone important, be sure to keep your email brief. [Passive Panda]

10 Common Money Traps to Avoid — Avoid purchasing extended warranties. Most of the time, you won't need them, making they are a huge money trap! [Beating Broke]

Other Essential Reading

Gimme Back My Hour! Time Saving Tips for Daylight Savings Time! — Are you wishing you could get that hour back that you lost during the daylight savings time change? If so, get that hour back by utilizing your DVR. [The College Investor]

How to Start Your Next Project — Are you starting a new project? If so, be sure to make sure you have adequate support in place to get the project done before you take responsibility for the project. [Doable Finance]

34 House Staging Tips — Are you trying to sell your house? Make sure it is staged for potential buyers by decluttering. [Sustainable Personal Finance]

Learn How to Get More Time for What you Want — Make sure you have time to do what you want to do by eliminating time drainers that aren't in line with your priorities. [Smart Step, Inc]

Should We Become Named Guardians for Several Children? — If a friend asks if they can name you as guardians of their children should something happen to them, be sure to consider whether or not you would be able to be a good parent to the kids before you commit to anything. [The Simple Dollar]

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Thanks for including our house staging tips!

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You're welcome!

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Robert

Thanks for including my post!

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You're welcome!

Little House's picture

Thanks for including my link in your roundup!

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You're welcome!

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What a wonderful surprise to find, upon returning from a business trip, that you had used one of our posts in your article! Thank you so much!