Best Money Tips: Responsible Uses for Your Tax Refund

by Ashley Jacobs on 17 April 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on responsible uses for your tax refund, saving money when checking out online, and principles of success.

Top 5 Articles

5 Responsible Uses for Your Tax Refund — Investing for retirement is a responsible use for your tax refund. [Consumerism Commentary]

How to Save Money Checking Out Online — To save money when checking out online, use promo codes and coupons. [Money Smart Life]

9 Principles of Success — If you want to be successful, free yourself from your addictions and get rid of backstabbers. [Young Adult Finances]

You Can Make Extra Cash Online to Put Towards Fun — Increase your fun budget by using GigWalk or Field Agent on your smartphone. [Budgeting In the Fun Stuff]

How to Hire a Contractor — When you hire a contractor, make sure you know what is and isn't included in their bid. [Free Money Finance]

Other Essential Reading

7 Best Money Tips from Warren Buffett — According to Warren Buffett, "the more you learn, the more you'll earn." [Moolanomy]

How to Raise your Kids to Be Personal Finance Losers (in 6 Easy Steps) — Giving your children everything they want will not teach them money values you want them to learn. [Len Penzo]

Jumpstart Savings Or Debt Repayment With A Spending Detox — If you want to have a successful spending detox, you have to creative when it comes to figuring out how to avoid running to the store for your needs. [Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance]

18 Ideas For Upcycling Denim — Use your demin to make a purse or earrings. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Taking Your Child's Emotions to Heart — To change your child's emotions you have to identify what is causing the emotion. [Parenting Squad]

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David

It's very important to keep your returns for Next year. otherwise, states will audit you!