Best Money Tips: Personal Finance Tools for Lazy People

By Amy Lu on 5 April 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on personal finance tools that you can set and forget, small habits for big success, and tips for thrifty road trips.

Top 5 Articles

Set It & Forget It Finance — These tools can help you save money — the lazy way! [brokeGIRLrich]

7 Micro Habits That Create Financial Success — Reading just one page a day from a physical book has many benefits that you don't get from reading on a device. [Quick And Dirty Tips]

Tips and Tricks for Thrifty Road Trips — Pack food for the car to limit restaurant stops. You can make an easy breakfast of hard-boiled eggs and bagels with cream cheese, and pack raw ingredients for your family's favorite sandwiches and make them "to order" for lunch. [Pretend to Be Poor]

5 Financial Challenges Your Kids Will Face With Your Estate — Here's what you and your kids should know about when it comes to passing on your estate. [Kiplinger]

5 Tips For Slashing Your Grocery Budget in Half — You probably have one or two stores where you do most of your grocery shopping, but be open to checking out other stores in your area. Their prices and selection may surprise you. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

5 Simple Budgeting Steps You're Not Taking — It's easy to forget about auto-renewals. Make a note of contract end dates on your calendar as a reminder to review the costs for the service and see if it's still a good deal. [Disease Called Debt]

Ways You Can Avoid Hurting Your Wallet Every Month — Ordering multiple courses at a restaurant can set you back a pretty penny. Instead, have a small bite at home to tide you over, then order a plate or two to share at the restaurant. [Northern Cheapskate]

4 Types of Insurance every Small Business should have — Small businesses face many different kinds of risks on a day-to-day basis, which is why it's important to have these four kinds of insurance to fully protect your business. [Punch Debt]

How to Invest in Real Estate Without Being Rich — You don't need to be a being a landlord or a millionaire real estate mogul to earn passive income from real estate. [Beating Broke]

Facebook under fire, but it’s just part of ‘surveillance economy’ — Privacy advocates want Congress to set limits on how big companies like Facebook, Google, and Amazon track and analyze people's personal data. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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