Best Money Tips: Personal Finance Tips for Forgetful People

by Ashley Jacobs on 25 October 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on personal finance tips for forgetful people, coping with job loss, and networking without breaking the bank.

Top 5 Articles

6 Personal Finance Tips For Forgetful People — If you are forgetful, set aside a specific day to pay your bills so you don't forget to pay them. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Coping with job loss — When coping with the loss of your job, come up with a game plan for yourself and set a schedule to follow. [Get Rich Slowly]

14 Tips for Networking Without Breaking the Bank — Social networking and going out for coffee instead of lunch are just a couple ways to network without breaking the bank. [Man vs. Debt]

Old and Broke: 7 Excuses People Make For Not Saving For Their Retirement — Don't use the excuse that investing is too complicated or you are afraid of the stock market to avoid saving for retirement. [Enemy of Debt]

Safeguarding Your Asset Allocation — To safeguard your asset allocation, consider hiring an advisor to manage your portfolio so you stick with your plan. [Oblivious Investor]

Other Essential Reading

How to Get Free Manufacturer Coupons and Free Samples by Mail — Check out SC Johnson's website or the Vocalpoint website to get free samples in the mail. [Faith and Finance]

Avoiding Holiday Debt — To avoid holiday debt, shop early so you get the best selection and ship gifts early. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

4 Inexpensive Halloween Costume Ideas — Need a cheap Halloween costume? Consider being a "cereal killer." [Three Thrifty Guys]

Another Financial Media Mistake (How to Really Measure The Return on Real Estate) — If you are trying to measure the return on real estate, don't forget to include gross annual rent, annual expenses, how much you invested in the property, and the estimated value of appreciation. [Free Money Finance]

How to Manage Your Child's Online Presence — When managing your child's online presence, let them know you are watching what they do online. [Parenting Squad]

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