Best Money Tips: Secrets to Successful Haggling

by Ashley Jacobs on 25 March 2013 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on secrets to successful haggling, tax breaks every mom needs to know about, and making money spring cleaning.

Top 5 Articles

Secrets to Successful Haggling — Be sure to haggle when purchasing something at a yard sale, thrift store, or from the classifieds. [Kiplinger]

4 Tax Breaks Every Mom Needs to Know About — If you are a mom, don't forget about the child and dependent care credit. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Spring Clean and Make Money? Yes, Please! — Do you have items in your home you want to get rid of but loathe yard sales? Try selling your stuff on Etsy! [Credit Sesame]

Health Care Without Insurance - $50/Month? — In 2014, Direct Primary Care practices will be able to offer health care without insurance for as little as $50 a month due to a provision in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. [Money Talks News]

How to Start Investing in Stocks — Before you start investing in stocks, make sure you have an emergency fund in place. [Moolanomy]

Other Essential Reading

Food stamps for Fido and Fluffy? — Do you receive food stamps and own a pet? If so, you may be able to get food stamps for your pet too! [MSN Money]

Women & Money: Can You Keep Your Career On Track from Home? — If you work from home, keep your career on track by maintaining your network. [Bargaineering]

John Hancock Thinks I'm on the Path to Retirement — Have you calculated how much money you will need to retire? [Free Money Finance]

10 Reasons to Celebrate National Craft Month — Celebrating National Craft Month can relieve boredom and teach socialization. [Parenting Squad]

Living With Superbugs, Viruses & Bacteria - How to Prevent Disease — To prevent disease, keep your immunizations current. [Money Crashers]

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