Best Money Tips: Inexpensive, Short Vacations for Parents

By Ashley Jacobs on 4 March 2013 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on inexpensive, short vacations for parents, money rules of thumb to live by, and foods you should and shouldn't buy organic.

Top 5 Articles

Wanna Get Away? 13 Inexpensive, Short Vacations for Parents — Need a short getaway without the kids? Try booking a room at a fancy hotel in town. [Parenting Squad]

6 Money Rules of Thumb to Live By — Make sure to have an emergency fund that will cover at least 6 months of your expenses. [Credit Sesame]

10 Foods You Shouldn't Buy Organic -- and 12 You Should — Don't buy organic avocados or kiwis. [Money Talks News]

10 Ways to Make a Good Day More Likely — To make a good day more likely, do something you enjoy! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Are Dining Rooms Dead? 5 Ways to Reuse That Space — If you have a dining room that you don't really use, consider converting it into a guest room. [MintLife Blog]

Other Essential Reading

Tax-Savvy Ways to Save for College — Save for college the tax-savvy way by claiming an American Opportunity or Lifetime Learning credit. [MainStreet]

8 Great Franchises — Have you ever thought about opening a franchise? Look into franchise opportunities with Sit Means Sit. [Kiplinger]

How to Choose the Right Financial Adviser for You — To choose the right financial adviser for you, make sure your potential candidates have the credentials you want. [Bargaineering]

6 Reasons Having One Savings Account Can Be Bad — Having multiple savings accounts may be better than having one if you have multiple saving goals. [Budgets Are Sexy]

An Interesting Conversation with My Dad — Do your parents have a retirement plan, or do they need your help figuring out the steps they need to take to retire? [Free Money Finance]

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