Best Money Tips: Balancing Love and Money

by Ashley Jacobs on 12 February 2013 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on tips for balancing love and money, saving big on winter utilities, and how to start an IRA.

Top 5 Articles

10 Tips for Balancing Love and Money — When balancing love and money, it is important to make a joint spending plan. [SavvySugar]

18 tips to save big on winter utilities — To save big on winter utilities, repair water leaks on faucets and toilets and open your drapes on sunny days. [Living on the Cheap]

How to Start an IRA (or Roth IRA) — When deciding where to open an IRA or Roth IRA, take into consideration the trading fees of any brokerage you are considering [NarrowBridge Finance]

Saving 20k as a 20 Something — Save more money in your 20s by opting to eat out for lunch instead of dinner when meeting with friends for food. [The Dollar Stretcher]

States With No Income Tax — Are you sick of paying income taxes? Consider moving to Florida or Washington. [Generation X Finance]

Other Essential Reading

20 Cheap and Fun Date Ideas — Need a cheap yet fun date idea? Go to the driving range or go stargazing. [Christian PF]

Retirement Planning in Your 40s - Making Retirement a Priority — If you need to make up for lost time when it comes to retirement planning, try to hold onto your cars for longer than you normally do. [Cash Money Life]

3 Strategies to Run Your Freelance Business More Efficiently — To run your freelance business more efficiently, take advantage of your resources. [Careful Cents]

18 Personal Finance Facts You Didn't Know About US Presidents — Did you know the President gets $19,000 to spend on entertainment each year? [Len Penzo dot Com]

21 Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids of All Ages — This Valentine's Day, have your kids make love rocks or marshmallow love bugs. [Parenting Squad]

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