Best Money Tips: Make a Great Impression at Your Next Job Interview
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on making a great impression at your job interview, things you didn't know you could recycle, and what to do if you are a victim of ID theft.
Top 5 Articles
16 Tips to Make a Great Impression at Your Next Job Interview — To make a great impression at your next job interview, be aware of your body language and turn off your cell phone. [Money Talks News]
4 Surprising Things You Didn't Know You Could Recycle — Did you know you can recycle motor oil? [PopSugar Smart Living]
What to Do if You're a Victim of ID Theft — If you are the victim of ID theft, put a fraud alert on your credit report. [Kiplinger]
How to Use a 21-Day Financial Fast to Improve Spending Habits — Improve your spending habits during a 21-day financial fast by getting accountable and removing temptation. [Money Crashers]
Should You Take Your Children With You To A Conference? — When deciding whether or not to take your kids with you to a conference, consider whether or not someone can go with you and the kids. [1099 mom]
Other Essential Reading
A Kick-in-the-teeth Guide to Investing — When it comes to investing, start by figuring out why you are investing. [Johnny Moneyseed]
Boss ripping you off? Here's what to do about it — If your boss is ripping you off, you can file a complaint with the U.S Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division. [Bargaineering]
The Key to Happiness — Do you think the size of an American's net worth is a better predictor of their happiness than their income? [Free Money Finance]
3 Money Lies That Will Guarantee Divorce — Lying about your spending to your partner could lead to divorce. [Credit Sesame]
Ride 'em Cowboy: How to Throw a Birthday Party with a Western Theme — When throwing a birthday party with a Western theme, decorate the tables with red and white checkered table cloths. [Parenting Squad]
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