Best Money Tips: How to Ask Your Boss for a Raise

by Ashley Jacobs on 13 May 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on how to ask your boss for a raise, frugal ways to move, and getting the best price when selling back textbooks.

Top 5 Articles

How to Ask Your Boss for a Raise at Work and Get It — If you want a raise, develop a persausive argument and have confidence. [Money Crashers]

4 Frugal Ways to Move — Taking less stuff with you can make it cheaper for you to move. [Bargaineering]

Get the Best Price When Selling Back Textbooks — Students should use sites like CampusBooks.com to help them get the most when selling their textbooks. [Kiplinger]

4 Ridiculous International Travel Fees — Did you know if you are traveling internationally, you can get charged for booking travel over the phone? [Money Talks News]

Why Saving In Your 20s Is Easier Than Waiting — It is easier to save in your 20s because you have fewer financial responsibilities. [Sweating The Big Stuff]

Other Essential Reading

The Definitive Guide to Selling a TV — To get a starting price for a TV you want to sell, check out GadgetValue. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Why Mortgage Lenders are Turning You Down — Mortgage lenders may be turning you down because of your debt-to-income ratio. [Credit Sesame]

23 Out-of-the-Box Baby Shower Gifts for New Moms — If you have a baby shower coming up, consider getting the mom-to-be a maternity massage. [Parenting Squad]

Monopoly Makes You Think About Money — Monopoly shows you how to budget by making you maintain a balance between cash, properties, and buildings. [Free Money Finance]

Why we buy clothes we don't wear — Avoid buying clothes you won't wear by shopping for your real life, not the "fantasy version." [MSN Money]

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Enjoyed the articles. Especially on how to ask for a raise. It is fairly pertinent for me right now. Thanks!