Best Money Tips: Nice Things to Do for People That Won't Cost Much
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on nice things to do for people that don't cost much, gifts that keep giving, and handling holiday parties professionally.
Top 5 Articles
10 Nice Things To Do For People That Won't Cost Much — If you want to do something nice for someone that won't cost a lot of money, help them with their job search or send them a postcard. [SavvySugar]
7 gifts that keep on giving all year long — Want to give a gift that will keep giving all year long this holiday season? Give someone a discount club membership. [Living On The Cheap]
How To Handle Holiday Parties Professionally — Do not get drunk and don't avoid going to any holiday parties you have coming up over the next couple months. [20's Finances]
3 Ways to Protect Yourself From Financial Risk — To protect yourself from career risk, create additional streams of income. [Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance]
November Shopping Roundup: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the Best Items to Buy Now — This month is a great month to buy electronics and Halloween hangover items. [Parenting Squad]
Other Essential Reading
How You Spend Points and Miles Is Just As Important As Earning Them — When spending points and miles, never redeem them for medium or high tier awards. [Narrow Bridge Finance]
The Stress Free Plan: How To Clean House for a Party — Right before your guests arrive for a party, do a final clutter sweep. [Apartment Therapy]
Scrooge No More! Awesome DIY Holiday Gift Ideas — Making a photo book is a great DIY gift to give for the holidays. [And Then We Saved]
Why You Should Think Twice Before Co-Signing a Loan — If you cosign a loan, your credit score will be at stake. [Canadian Finance Blog]
The 6 Best (And Highest Paying!) Jobs in America — IT data scientists have one of the best and highest paying jobs in America. [Budgets Are Sexy]
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