Best Money Tips: Improve Your Car's Gas Mileage

by Ashley Jacobs on 16 July 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on improving your car's gas mileage, saving on baggage fees, and things to never keep in your wallet.

Top 5 Article

9 Ways to Improve Your Car's Gas Mileage and Drive Efficiently — To improve your car's gas mileage and drive efficiently, replace your air filters and spark plugs. [Money Crashers]

10 Tips to Save on Baggage Fees — Next time you head to the airport, save on your baggage fees by maximizing your carry-on bags. [Money Talks News]

8 Things to Never Keep in Your Wallet — Don't keep your social security card or spare keys in your wallet. [Kiplinger]

Can Social Media Affect Your Credit Scores? — In order for social media to ever be able to affect your credit score, it would have to be proven that your social media habits can predict your credit risk. [Credit Sesame]

16 things you don't need — You don't need paper cups in your bathroom or disposable flossers, so don't waste your money buying them! [MSN Money]

Other Essential Reading

10 Places You Can Recycle Your Electronics, Household Goods, and Clothes — Next time you need to recycle your electronics, household goods, and clothes, try using BuyMyTronics or SecondSpin. [Bargaineering]

4 Dating Strategies You Can Use For Job Hunting — Consider applying the dating strategy of not waiting by the phone to your job hunt. [SavvySugar]

Should You Purchase Long-Term Care Insurance? — Do you agree with the argument that the poor and the rich don't need long-term care insurance because the poor are covered by Medicare and the rich have enough money to pay for their care? [Free Money Finance]

3 good reasons to take a work-free vacation — Taking a work-free vacation will help you come back more energized and productive. [CNNMoney]

Bottoms Up: Alcohol During Pregnancy Might Be Safe After All — Did you know a recent study found that under 8 drinks a week resulted in no measurable negative effects on children's IQ, attention span, and self control? [Parenting Squad]

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