Best Money Tips: Deadly Credit Card Sins
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on credit card sins, how to make an unbeatable resume, and tips for debt management.
Top 5 Articles
The 7 Deadly Credit Card Sins — Don't commit the credit card sin of applying for too many credit cards at once. [Credit Karma Blog]
Want an Unbeatable Resume? Read These Tips from a Top Recruiter — When it comes to preparing an unbeatable resume, don't have an objective section. [Forbes]
3 Tips for Debt Management — One of the best ways to manage your debt is to stay disciplined. [LifeTuner]
81 Student Discounts — If you are a student, be sure to take advantage of discounts from Apple and 24 Hour Fitness. [Gift Card Granny]
Back To School Shopping: 10 Ways To Save — Save money on back to school shopping by holding off for sales. [Mango Grove]
Other Essential Reading
Beyond The Diaper Cake: 16 Easy Tips For Baby Shower Decorating — When decorating for a baby shower, consider filling baby bottles with the mom-to-be's favorite candy. [Parenting Squad]
The Do's and Dont's of Handling a Co-Worker You Hate — When handling a co-worker you hate, don't get nasty. [Currency]
10 Places You Might Not Expect to Find a Job — Are you looking for a job? Consider hanging out on the sidewalk with a poster board saying that you are looking for work! [PT Money]
Ways to De stress at the End of your Workday — To de-stress at the end of your workday, try chatting with a friend. [fit hacks]
10 Reasons You Shouldn't Send That Email — Reconsider sending an email if it is too long or it is negative. [Time Management Ninja]
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