Best Money Tips: Inexpensive Ways to Boost House Value
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on inexpensive ways to boost house value, counterfeit vs. real goods, and tax tips for the unemployed.
Top 5 Articles
Are Those Goods Counterfeit, or "Real"? — Did you know that electronics and medications are some of the most counterfeited items brought into the US? [Bargaineering]
10 Inexpensive Ways to Boost House Value — Boost the value on your house by doing some easy bath upgrades. [Free Money Finance]
7 Essential Tax Tips for the Unemployed — If you are unemployed, make sure to hold onto receipts that relate to job search expenses. [billeater.com]
How to Build and Maintain a Strong Credit Score — To build a strong credit score, be cautious about opening new accounts. [Matt About Money]
How to Save Even MORE on Hotel Rooms — Save even more on hotel rooms by using Priceline and Hotwire together! [Budgets Are Sexy]
Other Essential Reading
6 Quick Tips For Beginning Investors — As a beginning investor, make sure to monitor your investments. [Ready To Be Rich]
Spring Into Health: Tips for the Family — Get healthy this spring by doing short workouts and staying positive. [Parenting Squad]
6 Careers For People Who Want To Make Lots Of Money — If you want to make a lot of money, consider being a surgeon or a lawyer. [SavvySugar]
Home Renovation Tips for a Tiny Budget — Renovate your home without breaking the bank by refinishing your wood cabinets. [Household Budget Made Easy]
12 Lies To Stop Telling Yourself — Stop telling yourself that things will never get better or that failure is a bad thing. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
News & Events
Radio Show on Mom 2 Mom Sales — Be sure to check out Monroe on a Budget on My 98.3 at 7:40 a.m. EST Friday March 16 as she discusses the Mom 2 Mom Sale.
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