Best Money Tips: Cheap Ways to Treat Yourself
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on cheap ways to treat yourself, changes to 2013 tax returns, and establihsing a difficult but rewarding habit.
Top 5 Articles
22 Cheap Ways to Treat Yourself — To treat yourself on the cheap, explore a museum you've never been to or take a walk around your neighborhood. [PopSugar Smart Living]
6 changes for 2013 tax returns — In 2013, the maximum that taxpayers can save in a flexible spending account is $2,500. [Living on the Cheap]
Establishing a Difficult but Rewarding Habit — When establishing a difficult but rewarding habit, establish a clear standard for success every day. [The Simple Dollar]
6 Ways to Avoid Overdraft Fees — Monitoring your accounts closely can help you avoid overdraft fees. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
5 Ways to Simplify Your Finances — Focusing on one area at a time can simplify your finances. [Cult of Money]
Other Essential Reading
Novel ways to teach kids about saving money — Using piggy banks is just one way to teach kids about saving money. [Money Blue Book]
How to Find Money to Invest — If you need to find money to invest, try earning some side income. [Cash Money Life]
Springing Forward: Tips for Helping Your Child Adjust to Daylight Savings Time — To help your kids adjust to daylight savings time, keep their naps consistent. [Parenting Squad]
8 Ways to Earn Extra Money in Washington — Freelancing and tutoring are just a couple ways to make extra money. [American Debt Project]
Are You Building a Future-Proof Business? — When building a future-proof business, create your own positive focus sessions. [Careful Cents]
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