Best Money Tips: Habits of Highly Successful People

By Amy Lu on 19 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the habits of highly successful people, what you must to do retire early, and ways to save yourself from a fake sale.

Top 5 Articles

15 Habits of Highly Successful People — Successful people are open to feedback and constructive criticism. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Things You Must Do To Retire Early — Set up a stream or two of passive income. The longer it's in place, the more you can set aside for your retirement. [Retired By 40]

Four ways to save yourself from a fake sale — If you want to buy something that's always in stock, check the price a few different times to know when it's a good deal. [The Monitor]

6 Ways Your Bank is Ripping You Off — Don't sign up for overdraft protection. It's less damaging to have a transaction denied than to rack up several $30 overdraft fees. [Consumerism Commentary]

The 5 Secrets of Successful First-time Home Buyers — Don't obsessively try to time the market. The best time to buy is when you find the perfect, affordable house. [Aspiring Millionaire]

Other Essential Reading

How to Tackle Debt When You’re in a Relationship — If you and/or your partner has debt, it might make sense to tackle all debts together instead of each person handling their own debt. [The Money Principle]

Save Money Without Looking Like a Cheapskate — These days, it's easier than ever to compare prices and find deals when you shop online. [Kiplinger]

Get Mentioned in the Media: How to Use Online Press to Find Freelance Clients – You don’t need to pay a PR agent to get your name out there. Use Help A Reporter Out to connect with journalists and writers who may want to feature you in a story. [Careful Cents]

Graduate (Less) Broke: Tips To Pay For Grad School Wisely — Federal loans for grad school tend to give you more flexibility, but it's worth it to check if you can get better rates from private lenders. [Money Under 30]

What to Ask and Tell Your Child's New Teacher — Get to know the educator's teaching style and help her get to know your child! [Parenting Squad]

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