Best Money Tips: Make Money Through Spring Cleaning
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on making money through spring cleaning, who pays for what in a wedding, and things happy people do differently.
Top 5 Articles
4 Simple Ways to Make Money Through Spring Cleaning — To make money through spring cleaning, participate in consignment sales. [Narrow Bridge]
Who Pays For What in a Wedding — The wedding party is responsible for paying for their own attire. [PopSugar Smart Living]
13 Things Happy People Do Differently — Happy people tend to stay away from drama and eliminate expectations. [Dumb Little Man]
What Are You Teaching Your Children? Make Money Visible in Your Home — It is important to let your children see what you do with money to give them a more accurate perspective on where money comes from and how to spend it. [MoneyNing]
Where's My Tax Refund? How to Check the Status of Your Tax Refund — If you want to check the status of your tax refund, use the IRS's "Where's My Refund?" feature. [Free From Broke]
Other Essential Reading
19 Pretty Things to Make Debt Snowball a Motivating Factor — Debt snowball may be a good way to tackle your debt because it teaches you to develop patience and allows you to be more independent. [One Cent at a Time]
Three Big Tips for Inexpensive Spring Allergy Relief — Save money on spring allergy relief by purchasing loratadine instead of Claratin. [The Simple Dollar]
Is Gen Y Really That Bad Off? — The unemployment rate for college graduates is around 4% and most grads graduate with somewhere around $20,000 in debt. [20's Finances]
9 Things Your Relationships Need From You — Make sure you are giving your relationships loyalty and trust. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
Is It OK to Hide Medications in Your Child's Food? — It is not advisable to hide your child's medication in his or her food. [Parenting Squad]
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