Best Money Tips: Sell Your Skills as an Older Worker
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on selling your skills as an older worker, schooling yourself post graduation, and preventing identity theft for your children.
Top 5 Articles
How to Sell Your Skills as an Older Worker — When trying to find a job as an older worker, use the fact that you have tons of experience as leverage to get a job. [Money Smart Life]
10 Ways to School Yourself Post Graduation — Keep learning after you graduate by reading or finding books on tape to listen to. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Preventing Identity Theft for Your Children — To prevent identity theft for your children, run credit reports on your children from time to time. [Cash Money Life]
How to Find a Babysitter on a Budget — Find a babysitter on a budget by asking your friends who they use for babysitting. [The Frugal Toad]
5 Benefits to Studying Abroad — One benefit of studying abroad is you gain independence. [20's Finances]
Other Essential Reading
Making Money Online in Few Unusual Ways — Did you know that you can make money online by being a bingo chat host? [One Cent At A Time]
Easy Ways to Save with Amazon Subscribe and Save — By subscribing to Amazon Subscribe and Save, you can save anywhere from 5% to 15% on products! [NarrowBridge Finance]
Do you really need rental car insurance? — Chances are you don't need rental car insurance because your personal insurance will cover your rental car. Be sure to call your insurance agent before you rent to find out! [Living on the Cheap]
7 Not-Big-Like-Disney Trips to Take With the Whole Family — Six Flags and Washington D.C. are two great places to visit with the family. [Parenting Squad]
Sizzling Tips for a Cool Summer Kitchen — Instead of baking cakes for summer birthdays, serve ice cream sundaes instead! [TheDollarStretcher.com]
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