Best Money Tips: Make Fewer Mistakes

by Ashley Jacobs on 3 February 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to make fewer mistakes, the 10 golden rules of saving on everything, and warning signs to help you know if you are spending too much!

Top 5 Articles

Make Fewer Mistakes by Letting Yourself Make Them More Often — By making mistakes, you will learn from them and subsequently end up making fewer! [Lifehacker]

The 10 Golden Rules of Saving on Everything — If you want to save money, stop spending money on name brands. Instead, opt for generic products. [Money Talks News]

Spending Too Much? 10 Warning Signs To Watch Out For — Are you an impulsive spender? If so, you may be spending too much. [The Digerati Life]

5 Ways to Know That Investment Scam Stinks — Next time you are thinking about investing, beware of opportunities that promise low risks and high gains. [Bargaineering]

9 Tips for Tax Time That Will Save You Expensive Laser Wrinkle Removal — If you want to get through tax time with as few wrinkles as possible, use a pencil and don't wait until the last minute to do your taxes. [Bucksome Boomer]

Other Essential Reading

Questions To Ask Your Pediatrician About Vaccines — Next time you take your child to the pediatrician, don't forget to ask them if they have kids and what they think about vaccinations. By asking questions, you can get a better understanding of a doctor's character. [Parenting Squad]

5 Expenses You Will Forget in Your Baby Budget — When you are getting ready to have a child, don't forget to include college savings in your baby budget. [Couple Money]

Should You Pay Kids to Shovel Snow? — Whether or not you pay kids to shovel snow (or do other tasks for neighbors) can teach them two important lessons: how they can make money and when they should be generous. [Kiplinger]

3 Tips to Using Social Media to Get Customer Service Satisfaction — Next time you have a problem with a company's customer service department, try researching their social media presence. Then use social media to get their attention and get your problem fixed. [No Debt Plan]

Can My Landlord REALLY Do That? A Guide to Your Rights as a Renter — If your landlord stops by your apartment for no reason, he or she is violating your tights as a tenant. [Money Under 30]

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