Best Money Tips: Save when Having a New Baby
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on how to save when having a new baby, saving cash with your credit card, and how to be a better investor.
Top 5 Articles
How to Save when Having a New Baby — Save money when having a new baby by buying a car seat that faces both forwards and backwards. [Financial Highway]
3 Ways to Save Cash with Your Credit Card — To save cash with your credit card, take advantage of rewards programs. [Currency]
How to Be a Better Investor — To be a better investor, try to sleep on important decisions. [Kiplinger]
Four Ways to Get In-the-Black — Get in the black by comparing prices before you shop. [SavvySugar]
10 Ways To Screw Up Your Finances Without Even Trying: Common Personal Finance Mistakes — One of the biggest financial mistakes you can make is to not create a budget and track your spending. [Bible Money Matters]
Other Essential Reading
How the Price of Milk Might Lower Your 2012 Taxes — You might end up paying less in taxes next year due to inflation. [Money Talks News]
5 Money Saving Tips for Seniors who Travel — If you are a senior who loves to travel, make sure you take advantage of senior citizen discounts. [Senior Money Memos]
16 Questions to Ask a Pediatrician Before Choosing One for Your Child — Before you choose a pediatrician, be sure to ask how many years they have been in practice. [Parenting Squad]
Land That Dream Job — Land your dream job by being honest about your weaknesses. [First Generation White Collar]
5 Benefits Of Buying A Used Car — One of the benefits of buying a used car is that you stand a better chance of getting a good deal on a used car than on a new one. [Cash The Checks]
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