Best Money Tips: Quick and Easy Tips to Become a Millionaire

By Amy Lu on 9 July 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on quick and easy tips that’ll make you a millionaire, small changes for a happier you, and health risks to watch out for this summer.

Top 5 Articles

4 Quick And Easy Tips That Will Make You A Millionaire Fast — Think positive. If you aren't supportive of yourself, if you don't believe in yourself, no one else will. [Financially Poor]

Little Changes That Will Make You a Happier Person — Let yourself cry when you feel like it. Holding in your negative feelings never leads to happiness. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Summer’s Most Serious Health Risks — Summer BBQs are a lot of fun…unless you get food poisoning from undercooked meat or spoiled dishes. Use a meat thermometer to make sure your meat is cooked thoroughly and keep food chilled at all times. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

10 Pantry Staples to Always Keep on Hand — Salsa is a great way to add tons of flavor without paying for it. Use it in dips and soups or as a topping. [Living Well Spending Less]

9 Tips to Stretch the Life of Common Household Items — Your car needs regular maintenance to run smoothly, and so does your vacuum cleaner! Periodically change the belt, clean the filter, and check the beater bar for hair or carpet fibers that may strain the motor. [My Dollar Plan]

Other Essential Reading

6 tax moves to make in July — If you itemize your deductions, set a bunching strategy to make sure you meet the thresholds by the end of the tax year. [Don't Mess With Taxes]

Indoor Fun: All the Best Board Games for Families — Elementary school kids are old enough to appreciate mentally stimulating games. Play Jenga, Battleship, Rummikub, and other games to help them understand cause and effect, strategy, and logic. [Parenting Squad]

How Much House Can I Afford? — Besides a mortgage plus interest, you also need to account for property taxes, maintenance and repairs, and utilities. Estimate your monthly costs and put that amount into a high yield account every month to see if you can manage the payments. [PT Money]

How to Budget With a Fluctuating Income — Figure out how much you need to survive. Anything leftover goes into a savings account. [Northern Cheapskate]

Give New Life to Old Clothes in These 8 Quirky Ways — An old shirt with a loose weave can be used as a strainer in the kitchen! [Lifehack]

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