Best Money Tips: Save Money on Things You Never Thought You Could Save On
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on saving on things you never thought you could save on, getting the most out of your tax refund, and personal finance principles to live by.
Top 5 Articles
50 Ways to Save Money on Things You Never Thought You Could Save On — Save money on new purchases by waiting 2 weeks to use anything you buy. That way the novelty can wear off and you can decide whether or not you actually need or want what you purchased. [MoneyNing]
Five Smart Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Tax Refund — To get the most out of your tax refund, use your refund to make home repairs. [Budget and the Beach]
4 Personal Finance Principles to Live by For a Richer Life — If you want a richer life, live within your means. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Wednesday Welcome: Working Smarter, Not Harder — Working smarter as opposed to harder will get you to your financial goals faster and keep you healthier. [Jean Chatzky Making Money Make Sense]
How to Trim Expenses without Losing Things You Enjoy — When you cut something from your life, ask yourself if you actually miss the thing you've gotten rid of. [The Simple Dollar]
Other Essential Reading
How to get the best deal on a midwinter vacation — If you want a good deal on a midwinter ski trip, check out BudgetTravel.com. [Five Cent Nickel]
Material stuff can make you happy — People find it easier to make a decision to purchase an experience as opposed to a material item. [Get Rich Slowly]
How Your Freezer Can Save You Money — Using your freezer to store anything you cooked in bulk can save you money. [One Cent at a Time]
Organized Stockpiling: How to Make the Most of Those Great Sales — When creating a stockpile, start by finding "hidden" storage space in your home. [Three Thrifty Guys]
More Fathers Are a Prominent Role in Their Children's Lives — Did you know children with involved fathers have better educational outcomes? [Parenting Squad]
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