Best Money Tips: Labor Day Sales

by Ashley Jacobs on 31 August 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on labor day sales, giving without breaking the bank, and regaining control of your finances.

Top 5 Articles

Labor Day Sales: The Best Days To Look Out For — This weekend, be sure to hit the sales for appliances and home goods. [SavvySugar]

25 Ways to Give (Without Breaking the Bank) — Give without breaking the bank by doing pro bono work. [Get Rich Slowly]

How to Regain Control of Your Finances — Want to regain control of your finances? Make sure your goals are clear. [The Millionaire Nurse Blog]

How to Talk to Your Partner About Credit — When talking to your partner about credit, be honest about your past financial struggles. [Credit Karma Blog]

Useful Tips On How To Find Employment — To find employment, customize your resume for each job you apply for. [Stack The Chips]

Other Essential Reading

5 Lessons Learned as a First Time Home Buyer — When buying a home for the first time, keep in mind that you shouldn't always leave it to professionals. [Million Dollar Journey]

Teach Healthy Meal Planning to Your Kids? Yes! — To teach your kids healthy meal planning, give them a lesson on the food pyramid. [The Centsible Life]

Build Your Skills Score by Volunteering — Volunteering can help you explore and network for careers. [Free Money Finance]

Why You Need a Will — If you have children, it's important to have a will establishing who will be their guardian in the event of your death. [Five Cent Nickel]

The National Rally for Change Launches a Birth Revolution on Labor Day — Did you know that between 1990 and 2008 the US was one of only 23 countries that saw an increase in maternal mortality? [Parenting Squad]

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