Best Money Tips: Simple Ways To Lower Vet Costs
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on simple ways to lower vet costs, financial rules every 30 year-old should know, and the worst holiday gifts.
Top 5 Articles
Welcome Wednesday: Simple Ways To Lower Vet Costs — To lower vet costs, consider taking your dog to the shelter for cheaper vaccinations as opposed to going to the vet where they will charge you more. [Jean Chatzky - Making Money Make Sense]
30 Financial Rules That Every 30 Year-Old Should Know (or risk going broke) — Every 30-year-old should know to invest in reliable transportation. [Good Financial Cents]
The Worst Holiday Gifts — This holiday season, avoid giving religious or politically inappropriate gifts. [US News and World Report]
7 Ways You're Setting Yourself Up for Financial Failure — If your budget makes you cringe, you are probably setting yourself up for financial failure. [MoneyNing]
Why is Saving So Hard? — Make saving a little less hard on yourself by setting reminders to save. [Budgets Are Sexy]
Other Essential Reading
Dealing with Debt Problems - Dedicated — When dealing with debt problems, your first step of action should be to speak to someone who can help. [Bargain Babe]
How You Can Be Your Own Travel Agent For Your Next Epic Trip — Be your own travel agent for your next trip by writing down all the places you want to go. [Studenomics]
Staying Alive: A Tree-Trimmer's Survival Guide — Try to get your tree in water as soon as you get it home. [PopSugar Smart Living]
7 Tips for Dealing With Stressful Nap and Bedtimes for Toddlers — To make nap and bedtime a little less stressful, remember that patience is important. [Parenting Squad]
Are You Ready For Home Ownership? — When deciding if you are ready for home ownership, look at your credit score and your job stability. [How's Married Life?]
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