Best Money Tips: Negotiating the Raise You Deserve

by Ashley Jacobs on 18 December 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on negotiating the raise you deserve, manly Christmas gift ideas for under $30, and surviving the holidays with your job intact.

Top 5 Articles

7 Tips to Negotiating the Raise You Deserve — When trying to negotiate a raise, be seen and emphasize your work performance. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Manly Christmas Gift Ideas For $30 (Or Less) — Need a gift for the man in your life? Consider giving him a slim wallet or vintage playing cards. [Christian Personal Finance]

Surviving the Holidays With Your Job Intact — To survive the holidays with your job intact, make sure to attend company holiday parties. [US News and World Report]

Give a Smile to the Kids on Your List - Top Holiday Gifts Under $75 for Kids - 2013 — Rainbow Looms and Jake's Musical Pirate Ship are just a couple of the top affordable children's gifts for 2013. [Free From Broke]

Get Ahead In 2014 By Giving Your Extra Money A Job To Do — For 2014, give your money the job of paying down your debt or making a down payment on a house. [Everything Finance]

Other Essential Reading

What to Do With Your Retirement Plan If You Change Jobs — If you are changing jobs, roll your 401k into a rollover IRA at Vanguard. [Free Money Finance]

How to Have a Budget Friendly Vacation at National Parks — To have a budget friendly vacation at national parks, try to cut costs on activities. [The Centsible Life]

Short-Term Car Insurance - When You Might Need It In A Pinch — Is your car in the repair shop or are you going out of the country? Short-term car insurance may be a good idea for you! [American Debt Project]

Merry Mailings: 5 Tips for Creative Cards — For your holiday card this year, consider doing a collage. [Parenting Squad]

Why You Should Turn Down Jobs That Don't Fit with Your Business Mission — You should turn down jobs that don't fit with your business mission because if you don't, you are sacrificing your time. [1099 Mom]

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