Best Money Tips: Pay Off Student Loans Now
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on paying off student loans, personalizing your office space, and questions to ask before you quit your job.
Top 5 Articles
How to Pay Off Student Loans Now — Get rid of your student loans now by taking on a second job and getting housing on the cheap. [Debt Free Adventure]
Quick, Creative Ways To Personalize Your Office Space — To personalize your office space, consider using colorful supplies and knicknacks. [SavvySugar]
8 Questions Before You Quit Your Job — Before you quit your job, ask yourself whether or not you can continue to learn from your managers. [Consumerism Commentary]
30 Steps to Great Finances: Steps 9, 10, and 11 — Have great finances by using your credit cards strategically. [Free Money Finance]
How to Grow Pounds of Food in a Tiny Garden — Want to grow pounds of food in a small garden? Start by selecting the right containers and preparing the buckets. [Three Thrifty Guys]
Other Essential Reading
Save Money and Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck — Avoid buying things you can't afford that you don't actually need by listing the advantages and disadvantages of buying it. [Dumb Little Man]
5 Tips to Help You Land a Job Out of College — Want to land a job right out of college? Be willing to go anywhere and get the right degree. [Steadfast Finances]
When to Invest in Individual Stocks — Before investing in individual stocks, consider your ability to understand company valuation. [Five Cent Nickel]
5 Tips for Holding a Great Barbecue — Hold a great barbecue by being a smart griller and providing entertainment. [Personal Dividends]
Top 10 Birth Inventions You Don't Need — You don't really need electronic fetal monitoring or early epidurals. [Parenting Squad]
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