Best Money Tips: Frugal Habits You Need to Pick Up

By Ashley Jacobs on 28 February 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on Depression-era frugal habits you should have, money mistakes to avoid in your 20s, and budget travel tips.

Top 5 Articles

9 Depression-Era Frugal Habits You Need to Pick Up — Using less and reusing items are just a couple Depression-era frugal habits that are good to have. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Money mistakes to avoid in your 20s — Don't make the mistake of keeping up with the Joneses or living on credit cards in your 20s. [Five Cent Nickel]

Five Budget Travel Tips That You Must Know — When traveling, using the power of the Internet and setting a budget can help you be frugal. [Budget and the Beach]

Tax Deductions Anyone Can Take — Don't forget to deduct retirement contributions and student loan interest payments when filing your taxes. [Sweating the Big Stuff]

Don't have savings? Quit making excuses! — If you don't have savings, cook at home and pick up extra work. [Get Rich Slowly]

Other Essential Reading

Top 5 Worst Personal Finance Mistakes — Carrying credit card debt in your 40s is a horrible personal finance mistake you shouldn't make. [MainStreet]

Are Oscar Winners Actually Financial Losers? — Did you know that just because someone won an Oscar doesn't mean they made a ton of money for being part of a film? [SmartAsset Blog]

How to Keep Visiting Family From Busting Your Food Budget — When your family comes to visit you, prevent them from busting your food budget by sticking to your routine. [Three Thrifty Guys]

JC Penney: Tips for Saving Money and Spotting the Deals — When shopping at JCPenney, signing up for their email list and shopping online can save you money. [More With Less Today]

Best Resources to Help Your Child Get Ready for Kindergarten — To help your child get ready for kindergarten, take advantage of websites that will help them learn what they need to learn before their first day of school. [Parenting Squad]

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