Best Money Tips: Maintain the Value of Your Car

by Ashley Jacobs on 1 August 2014 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on maintaining the value of your car, things you should buy in bulk, and organizational tools.

Top 5 Articles

Ten Ways to Maintain the Value of Your Car — Getting the oil changed regularly and driving it easy can help you maintain the value of your car. [Cash Money Life]

7 Things You Should Buy in Bulk — You should consider buying toilet paper and vitamins in bulk. [Cash the Checks]

Get Your Life Together With These 15 Types of Organizational Tools — Desk organizers and DIY memory boards are just a couple tools that can help you get your life together. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Using "Decisive" for Your Decisions — If you want to make smart decisions, find a way to be detached from your short-term emotions. [Get Rich Slowly]

How Early Retirement Could Mean Higher Medical Bills — Did you know retiring at 62 instead of 65 could mean up to $51,000 more in medical bills? [Money Smart Life]

Other Essential Reading

6 Purchases That Pay For Themselves — Reusable water bottles and programmable thermostats are a couple purchases that will pay for themselves. [Stack the Chips]

Three Easy Ways to Save Serious Money on Your Wedding — Save money on your wedding by renting a wedding dress. [Money Under 30]

Who's the Boss of Your Finances? — To take charge of your finances, stay informed and analyze your mistakes. [Five Cent Nickel]

How to Save Money on Kids Sports Pictures — Taking your own pictures of your kids when they play sports can help you save. [Three Thrifty Guys]

7 Rules for the 21st Century Parent — It is important to know your children's passwords (depending on their age) to keep them safe online. [Parenting Squad]

0
No votes yet
Your rating: None
ShareThis

comments

1 discussion

Add New Comment

CAPTCHA
This test helps prevent automated spam submissions.
Guest's picture

Those are some great website links. My dad has always said that in order to properly maintain your car, you have to get regular scheduled oil changes and open up that manual and look at what needs to be done and at how many miles. Now that I plan on keeping my car until it dies, I have started looking ahead to see what needs to be done and when.