Best Money Tips: Save Up to $1,500 a Year on Laundry

by Ashley Jacobs on 21 March 2012 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on saving up to $1500 a year on laundry, steps to take after a job interview, and how to save on utility bills.

Top 5 Articles

Save up to $1500 a Year on Laundry — Save around $200 a year by making your own laundry detergent. [Being Frugal]

5 Steps To Take After A Job Interview — After a job interview, remember to take time to do some self critiquing of your performance. [SavvySugar]

8 Tips: How To Save Money On Utility Bills — Ditch your dryer to cut back on your utility bills. [Canadian Finance Blog]

Cheap Ways to Relieve your Aching Back — Give your back some relief by getting up and moving around every 45 minutes. [Get Rich Slowly]

Seven Times NOT to Use Coupons — Don't use coupons to buy something you wouldn't normally want or need. [Five Cent Nickel]

Other Essential Reading

Spring Cleaning with a Spouse — When cleaning with your spouse, resist the urge to reclean something your spouse has already cleaned. [Newlyweds On A Budget]

Working While Traveling: Getting Stuff Done — If you have to work while you travel, make sure you bring a priority list with you so you remember to complete the most important things first. [MoneyNing]

7 Smart Tips For Teaching Your Kids About Money — Teach your kids about money by encouraging them to be entrepreneurs. [Steadfast Finances]

Suggested Tips on Receipt — Have you noticed that on your receipts, sometimes suggested tips show up at the bottom? [Free Money Finance]

How to Access Fresh, Local Produce — Head to your local farmers market to pick up some fresh, local produce. [Parenting Squad]

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