Best Money Tips: Help Your Children Build Credit

By Ashley Jacobs. Last updated 8 June 2012. 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on helping your children build credit, the best things to buy in June, and marketing tactics for job hunters.

Top 5 Articles

Five Tips to Help Your Children Build Credit — Help your child build credit by putting a utility account or other small bill in their name. [Quizzlewire]

June - Best Time to Buy — June is the best time to buy carpeting and dishware. [The Centsible Life]

Job Hunting? How Marketing Tactics Can Give New Grads a Competitive Edge — Are you job hunting? Harness the power of social media to make your job search a success! [MintLife Blog]

6 Sites That Will Turn Your Hobby Into A Moneymaker — If you enjoy crafts, sell your creations on Etsy! [SavvySugar]

How to Handle People Who Undermine Your Success — When someone undermines your success, spend less energy on your relationship with that person. [Get Rich Slowly]

Other Essential Reading

Even More Stuff You Might Not Know About Credit Scores — Did you know your age and marital status aren't used to calculate your credit score? [Credit Karma Blog]

10 Frugal Travel Tips for Your Summer Vacation — Keep your summer vacation frugal by packing your own non-perishable staples. [FIRE Finance]

The 52 Best Money Saving Tips, Ideas #50 Through #46 — To save money, search the internet for promo codes. [Free Money Finance]

ProSquad: Bedwetting Concerns and Sensory Processing Disorder — If your child wets the bed, consider cutting back on salty and caffeinated snacks before bedtime. [Parenting Squad]

21 Quick Tricks to Feel Better Instantly — Feel better instantly by thinking about your latest success and working on something that's meaningful to you. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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