Best Money Tips: Make Your Clothes Last Longer
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on making your clothes last longer, superfoods you can actually afford, and ways to keep your receipts in order.
Top 5 Articles
13 Ways to Make Clothing Last Longer — Make your clothes last longer by washing them in cold water and using less detergent. [Elephant Journal]
9 Real Superfoods You Can Actually Afford — Spinach and oranges are a couple superfoods you can afford. [Bargaineering]
8 Tips to Keep Your Receipts in Order — To keep your receipts in order, snap a picture of them or use sites and apps. [PopSugar Smart Living]
9 Questions to Ask Your Insurance Agent Before You Sign — Be sure you ask your insurance agent what kinds of claims are usually made in the area before you purchase insurance. [Credit Sesame]
6 Things to Know to Get the Best Cell Phone Deal — If you want to get a good cell phone deal, know the cost of freedom on any contract you sign. [Kiplinger]
Other Essential Reading
Writing Your Business Plan: What Not to Include — Don't include use the word "conservative" in your business plan [Green Panda Treehouse]
5 Things to Look for When Comparing Home Loan Options — When comparing home loan options, look at what features are offered. [One Cent at a Time]
8 Ways to Bounce Back From Financial Disaster — To bounce back from financial disaster get professional help and exercise. [Money Talks News]
Child-Centered Divorce — It's All About Cooperation — If you are getting a divorce, remember that your children need assurances. [Parenting Squad]
Guilt-Free Spending: 3 Non-Essential I Budget For — Do you budget for making memories? [MoneyNing]
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