Best Money Tips: Make Veterinary Bills More Affordable
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on making veterinary bills more affordable, building a new job wardrobe on the cheap, and saving money when you move.
Top 5 Articles
15 Ways to Make Veterinary Bills More Affordable — To make veterinary bills more affordable, go to a college of veterinary medicine. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
How to Build a New Job Wardrobe on the Cheap — Paying attention to accessories and opting for quality can help you build a new job wardrobe without breaking the bank. [Living on the Cheap]
How to Save Money When You Move — If you are moving soon, save money by tossing, selling, or donating some of your stuff before you move. [Money Under 30]
15 Reasons Why You Won't Be Able To Retire Early — You may not be able to retire early if your structural living expenses are too high. [Good Financial Cents]
Could It Be Worth It to Spend More Money? — It may be worth it to spend more money on shoes or appliances. [Canadian Finance Blog]
Other Essential Reading
4 Things to Think about BEFORE Your First Investment — Before your first investment, consider whether or not you are ready to invest. [Money Under 30]
Staying Annoyed Screwed Me Out of a Fortune or How to Spot and Create (Business) Opportunities — Changing your mindset from "I need a job" to "I need income" can help you spot and create business opportunities. [The Money Principle]
7 Ways to Boost Your Energy and Get More Done — To boost your energy and get more done, clean your home and take a break. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]
3 Insurance Products You May Need But Didn't Know Existed — Did you know there's a thing called multiple birth insurance? [Thousandaire]
Easy, Last-Minute (and Mostly Kid-Friendly) Dishes to Take to Your Summer Potlucks — If you are headed to a summer potluck, consider bringing a snack mix or a store bought dessert in your own dish. [Parenting Squad]
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