Best Money Tips: Spring-Clean Your Closet and Make Money

by Ashley Jacobs on 29 March 2013 1 comment
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on spring cleaning your closet and making money, requesting a tax extension, and getting on the road to riches.

Top 5 Articles

Spring-clean your closet and make money — When spring cleaning your closet, sell your unwanted clothes to make extra money. [Get Rich Slowly]

How to Request an IRS Income Tax Extension — To request an IRS income tax extension, you will need IRS form 4868. [Five Cent Nickel]

Six More Tips to Put You on the Road to Riches — Learning to accept risk and diversifying your income will put you on the road to riches. [Steadfast Finances]

Variable Income? 3 Options for Budgeting — If you have a variable income, make sure you prioritize your monthly spending. [Dough Roller]

How To Get More Done In A Day: 10 Great Tips — Get more done today by turning off distractions and starting with your most dreaded tasks. [Christian PF]

Other Essential Reading

Take Care of Your Car and Save a Ton of Money — Do you think if you took care of your car really well it would last a million miles? [Couple Money]

Tax Tips For Freelancers — If you are a freelancer, be aware of the self-employment tax. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Retirement Expectations Versus Reality — Chances are, you can expect to continue working in retirement. [Free Money Finance]

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Action — Push yourself to take action by envisioning what it will be like when you accomplish your goal. [Dumb Little Man]

26 Easter Basket Ideas That Are Short on Sugar but Big on Fun — This Easter, include a kite or books in your child's Easter basket. [Parenting Squad]

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Thanks Ashley. We can all clean out our closets and make some money. We may not get rich but certainly it is a way of saving hard-earned money.