Best Money Tips: Increase Your Income This Year

by Ashley Jacobs on 8 January 2013 1 comment
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on increasing your income this year, why you shouldn't engineer your own layoff, and organizing your way to savings in 2013.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ideas To Increase Your Income This Year — To increase your income this year, turn your hobby into a moneymaker. [SavvySugar]

Reasons Why You Should Not Engineer Your Own Layoff — You should not engineer your own layoff if you have no savings. [Free Money Finance]

Organize Your Way to Savings in 2013 — Meal planning will help you save money by keeping you from wasting food.  [PT Money]

20 Ways to Organize your Daily Life — Organize your daily life by following a schedule and rewarding yourself. [One Cent At A Time]

How to Avoid ATM Fees — To avoid ATM fees, know where your banks ATMs are and go there for cash. [Narrow Bridge Finance]

Other Essential Reading

Online Tools That Help You Pay Off Debt — Ready For Zero and Manilla are two great sites that can help you pay off your debt! [Good Financial Cents]

7 little-known homeowner insurance traps — Keep an eye out for whether or not your homeowner policy covers mold damage or high-value items. [Living On The Cheap]

How Fitness Affects Your Finances — Having better health can reduce medical expenses and health care premiums. [Free Money Wisdom]

7 Tips to Being an Involved Dad — If you want to be an involved dad, find a dad buddy. [Parenting Squad]

8 Ways to Simplify the Pursuit of Happiness — Simplify your pursuit of happiness by knowing what you want and committing to it. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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What a cool pic. Can one person really walk that many doggies? I don't have that gift. Looking forward to reading the tips. ATM fees are the worst. I always go to my own ATM. Something about those little fees irk me.