Best Money Tips: Reduce Your Food Expenses
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on reducing your food expenses, tax day freebies, and steps to investing in yourself.
Top 5 Articles
5 Ways to Reduce Your Food Expenses — To reduce your food expenses, buy in bulk and limit junk food. [NarrowBridge Finance]
It's Time to Relax and Enjoy These 18 Tax Day Freebies — This tax day, take advantage of free document shredding at Office Depot. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Seven Steps to Investing in Yourself — Reviewing your career map and considering outsourcing are just a couple steps to investing in yourself. [Money Smart Life]
5 Spring Home Maintenance Projects — This spring, inspect your roof and clean your gutters. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
Your Tax Refund: How You Should Use It and Why You Should Lose It — Consider using your tax refund to pay off your debt or save for retirement. [Christian PF]
Other Essential Reading
How to Get Noticed - Job Hunting Secrets For Career Changers — Career changers would be wise to network your way into hidden or unadvertised jobs. [Forbes]
7 last-minute tax tips for procrastinators — If you procrastinated on your taxes, get professional help if you need it. [Living on the Cheap]
Do You See Your Retirement Contributions as a Loss? Getting Past Roadblocks to Investing — Remedy the loss aversion you feel when you invest by having money contributed to your retirement account before you see it in your checking account. [Cash Money Life]
The Wonders and Pitfalls of Working From Home — Working from home can maximize your efficiency, but it can also increase distractions. [One Cent at a Time]
Easter Decorations to Make With Your Kids — You can make Easter egg centerpieces or a candy terrarium with your kids this Easter. [Parenting Squad]
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