Best Money Tips: Food Items You Should Stop Buying and Start Making

By Ashley Jacobs on 15 October 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on food items you should stop buying and start making, being a charismatic leader, and surviving unemployment.

Top 5 Articles

10 Food Items You Should Stop Buying (And Make Instead!) — Stop buying pesto and opt to make it instead! [SavvySugar]

17 Tips On Becoming a Charismatic Leader — Want to be a charismatic leader? Be sensitive to others. [Business Insider]

How to Survive Unemployment — To survive unemployment, go on an unemployed budget. [Money Talks News]

The 9 Rules of Haggling — When haggling, remember to get the small stuff thrown in. [American Express OPEN Forum]

How much house do you really need? — While big homes may be a sign of success, reasonably sized homes should be viewed as a sign of good sense. [MSN Money]

Other Essential Reading

How to Quickly Manage Your Diversification — To quickly manage your diversification, start by making a sector distribution list. [Free Money Finance]

How to Sell Your Hair for Cash — If you want to make extra money selling your hair, try selling it on Hairwork. [Bargaineering]

What Retirees Need to Know About High-Cost Financial Products — If you are a retiree, be careful when it comes to reverse mortgages. [Kiplinger]

How to Juggle a Military Career While Being a Parent — When juggling a military career with being a parent, set expectations with your kids before you leave. [Parenting Squad]

5 Tricks to Save Cash on Realtor Commissions — Save money on realtor commissions, by holding out for a higher selling price. [Credit Sesame]

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