Best Money Tips: Score a Gym Membership Deal
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on ways to score a gym membership deal, tax-savvy moves retirees can use, and how to become a "garage sale millionaire."
Top 5 Articles
10 Ways to Score a Gym Membership Deal — To score a gym membership deal, negotiate and know the contract you are signing. [MainStreet]
Tax-Savvy Moves Retirees Can Use to Trim 2012 Tab — Retirees can trim their 2012 tax tab by checking for IRA-to-charity rollovers. [Kiplinger]
How to Become a "Garage Sale Millionaire" — If you want to become a garage sale millionaire, look for tin toys that were made in in the late 19th and early 20th century. [MintLife Blog]
How to Tell If You're Dating a Deadbeat — You may be dating a deadbeat if they admit their credit cards are maxed out. [Money Talks News]
Why retail therapy doesn't work — Did you know you are more likely to be happy before you make a purchase than after? [MSN Money]
Other Essential Reading
How your birth order affects your finances — Are you the first born in your family? Chances are you are more responsible with your finances. [Credit Sesame]
Financial to Do List for 2013 — Put one of your savings on auto-pilot and buy life insurance this year. [Free Money Finance]
Grocery Jargon: 10 Terms to Know Before You Hit the Aisles — Before you head to the grocery store, familiarize yourself with the terms GMOs and gluten-free. [SavvySugar]
Will You Be Surprised By Hidden Hotel Fees? — Did you know you could be charged a fee for having an in-room safe? [Bargaineering]
10 Indoor Activities for Active Kids — If you have active kids, keep them entertained indoors and have a dance party! [Parenting Squad]
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