Best Money Tips: Choosing the Right Credit Card
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on choosing the right credit card, how to become a millionaire, and ways to save money without even trying.
Top 5 Articles
Choosing the Right Credit Card for You — When deciding what credit card is best for you, be sure to understand all the fees and other charges associated with certain cards. [Couple Money]
How to become a millionaire in 3 easy steps — If you want to become a millionaire, one of the necessary steps you need to take is to save money. [CNN Money]
5 Ways to Save Money Without Even Trying — Save money the easy way by creating an emergency fund within your checking account. [Rich Credit Debt Loan]
Our Cheap Wedding: 7 Steps for an Awesome $2,500 Wedding — Have a fabulous cheap wedding by limiting your guest list. [20 Something Finance]
Raise Your Credit Score in 7 Steps — Raise your credit score by reducing your credit card balances. [Cash Money Life]
Other Essential Reading
5 Ways to Make Treatment Time Fun — If your child needs treatment for something, make it fun by using TV and DVDs. [Parenting Squad]
Tax Tips for the Freelancer — Are you a freelancer? Then don't forget to report any income you made that is greater than $400. [Get Rich Slowly]
5 Tips on Finding the Perfect Accountant for You — Be sure to find the right accountant for you by asking people you know and trust for suggestions. [The Amateur Financier]
10 Money Saving Tips That Don't Work — Don't try to make your own clothes to save money, it won't work! [Credit.com News+Advice]
4 Simple and Natural Ways to Help Cut Flowers Last Longer — Help your flowers last longer by cutting the stems at a 45 degree angle. [Re-Nest]
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