Best Money Tips: How to Read Better

By Amy Lu on 15 February 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to improve reading comprehension, how to travel more affordably, and ways to stay fit without spending hours at the gym.

Top 5 Articles

How to Read Better: 3 Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension — Integrate thoughts as you read. Think about how the book you're reading connects with ideas that you already have in your head. [James Clear]

How to Travel More Affordably (A Miniature Guide + Sample Itineraries) — If you're traveling to different spots in the same region, see if arriving in one location will be cheaper than the other. [Dave Ursillo]

5 Ways to Stay Fit Without Spending Hours at the Gym — Develop outdoor hobbies that are fun and will keep you moving. [SheBudgets]

For tax purposes, is it better to be single or married? — Marriage can boost a couple's tax bill substantially if both parties have similar incomes. [The Monitor]

7 Thoughtful Gifts to Send That Aren't Flowers — Ice cream delivery services will make sure that your gift arrives frozen. Some packages even come with extras like sprinkles and chocolate sauce! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Simple Spring Landscaping Ideas — Add a decorative table and a bench or chair so you can sit and enjoy your garden on nice days. [Frugal Village]

How to Prepare to Shift Into a New Career — Don't just tweak your resume here and there — rewrite your career history so that it appeals to a hiring managing in your new industry. [Five Cent Nickel]

4 Tips For New Grads Wanting To Land Their Dream Job — If a certification will help you get the job you want, start working on it as soon as you're able to. You'll gain industry knowledge, experience, and connections along the way. [Stack The Chips]

7 Mistakes Which Could Cost You With Insurance — When comparing premiums, don't just look at the overall price. See if there are any extras that you can add to make a stronger, better policy. [Money Soldiers]

6 Things Every Student Should Budget For — Even if you live on campus, you need to consider transportation costs for the times when you want to travel out into the city and beyond. Look for monthly transit options and student discounts to reduce costs per trip. [Money Mini Blog]

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