Best Money Tips: Freeing Yourself From Debt

by Ashley Jacobs on 15 May 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on freeing yourself from debt, reasons to not send professional emails after dark, and renting vs. buying stuff.

Top 5 Articles

10 Vital Steps to Freeing Yourself from the Burden of Debt — Cutting out luxuries is a vital step in freeing yourself from the burden of debt. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

6 Reasons to Not Send Professional Emails After Dark — It's not a good idea to send professional emails after dark because you are more prone to making mistakes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Is it Better to Rent Or Buy Stuff? Renting Items To Save Money — When deciding whether to rent or buy items, consider whether or not you've used the item before. [Free From Broke]

6 Ways to Deal with Stress as a Work from Home Parent — If you are a work from home parent, deal with stress by finding time to exercise. [Wealthy Turtle]

Why Facebook And Social Media May Be Ruining Your Career — Your social media accounts may be ruining your career if people know too much about you. [Money Q&A]

Other Essential Reading

Five Things that are Way More Important than Money — Your health and your family are more important than money. [Free Money Wisdom]

Safe Ways to Earn Money in Your Retirement — To safely earn money in retirement, look into bonds. [Not Made of Money]

Signs You Are Carrying Too Much Debt — If you have been denied new credit or use every paycheck to pay bills, you are carrying too much debt. [Beating Broke]

Do You Share Your Salary With Others? — Today's younger generation is more open when it comes to sharing their salary with others. [Free Money Finance]

5 Ways to Help Your Child Take Frequent Meds — When helping your child take frequent meds, be patient and understanding. [Parenting Squad]

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Charice

Thanks for the links. It will really help people with overwhelming debt like me to move on with life. It's hard when you have to deal with it alone without the advice from the experts.