Best Money Tips: Deal With the Hardest Parts of Being in Your 20s
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on dealing with the hardest parts of being in your 20s, things every high school grad should know about money, and using coupons with food stamps.
Top 5 Articles
How to Deal With the Hardest Parts of Being in Your 20s — If you are going through your quarter life crisis, try to connect with others who have gone through what you are going through. [PopSugar Smart Living]
10 Things Every High School Graduate Should Know About Money — Every high school graduate should know that financially successful people tend to live below their means. [Money Talks News]
How to Use Coupons with Food Stamps — When using coupons with food stamps, make sure you understand the coupon policy for the store you shop at. [The Prudent Patron]
5 Tips to Use When Teaching Kids About Money — Creating a simple budget can help you teach your kids about money. [Money Crashers]
How to Profit from Online Casino and Poker Games — To profit from online casino and poker games, make your own casino or poker app! [One Cent at a Time]
Other Essential Reading
6 Things You Must Know About Tech Warranties — If you are dealing with tech warranties, remember that it pays to shop and play it safe. [Kiplinger]
3 Simple Strategies to Breathe Life Into Your Freelance Career — To breathe life into your freelance career, don't be a copycat. [Careful Cents]
Bouncing Back From an Unexpected Financial Emergency — When trying to bounce back from an unexpected financial emergency, practice humility. [Credit Sesame]
McDonald's Dollar Menu to disappear soon — Come November 4th, McDonald's Dollar Menu will start to disappear. [Bargaineering]
9 Seasonal Slow Cooker Meals to Warm You Up This Winter — Keep warm this winter by cooking up pot roast or baked potato soup. [Parenting Squad]
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