Best Money Tips: How to Sell Stuff on Craigslist

by Ashley Jacobs on 16 April 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on how to sell stuff on Craigslist, ways to manage your money, and how teens can earn money for college.

Top 5 Articles

How to Sell Stuff on Craigslist — When selling your stuff on Craigslist, don't post your email address. [Bargain Babe]

25 Insanely Easy Ways to Manage Your Money and Get Back on Top — Joining in on weekly finance tweetchats can help you manage your money and get back on top! [PT Money]

10 Ways Teenagers Can Earn Money for College — If your teen needs to earn money for college, have him or her tutor someone. [Free Money Wisdom]

How to Spend Your Tax Refund Wisely — With April 15th behind us and tax refunds being issued, consider spending your tax refund on paying down your debt. [Generation X Finance]

Fitness on the cheap: How to start running — Before you start running, talk to your doctor to make sure you won't hurt yourself with your new exercise routine. [Living on the Cheap]

Other Essential Reading

What to Do Before Your Last Day of Work — Before your last day of work, take the time to ask for recommendations. [Cash Money Life]

10 Good Reasons to Get a Personal Loan — If you want to buy a used car, it may be a good idea to get a personal loan. [Joe Taxpayer]

7 Tips to Being the Best Homeowner You Can Be — Be the best homeowner you can be by going green and protecting your wood floors. [MintLife Blog]

One a Day: Throw These 116 Things Away — Declutter your life by throwing away extra photo prints and cooking utensils you have two of. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Sanity-Saving Tips for Grocery Shopping With Your Kids — To save your sanity when grocery shopping with your kids, time your trips strategically. [Parenting Squad]

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Thanks for the mention. I didnt end up getting a refund this year, so nothing to spend wisely for me.