Best Money Tips: Spring Cleaning Tips
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on spring cleaning tips, financial lessons from The Hunger Games, and commonly missed tax deductions.
Top 5 Articles
Spring Cleaning Tips: Finding Items for Sale to Earn Money — When spring cleaning your home, put items you want to get rid of into donation, yard sales, and online sales piles. [Consumerism Commentary]
Financial Lessons from The Hunger Games — One financial lesson we can learn from The Hunger Games: never lose hope. [The Wisdom Journal]
5 Commonly Missed Tax Deductions — Don't forget to include job relocation deductions on your taxes. [Gen Y Wealth]
24 Stupid Things People Do With Their Money! — Don't make the money mistake of not having savings automatically taken out of your paycheck. [The Millionaire Nurse Blog]
How To Simplify Your Management Of Money — Make managing your money simple by doing a weekly review of your finances. [Christian PF]
Other Essential Reading
6 Ways To Save Thousands On Your Next Mortgage — Save thousands on your next mortgage by making prepayments. [Canadian Finance Blog]
Going The Distance: 10 Tips To Getting A Job In Your Dream City — To get a job in your dream city, enlist the help of a local recruiter. [SavvySugar]
50 Ways to Nurture Your Happiness — Nurture your happiness by truly appreciating the people around you. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
Five Professional Habits to Adopt — Adopt the professional habit of being early. [Free Money Finance]
Spring Cleaning: The Dirtiest Places in Your Home — One of the dirtiest places in your home are window and door tracks. [Parenting Squad]
News & Events
Radio show on the cost of Easter candy — Paula Wethington from Monroe on a Budget will be on WMIM My 98.3 at 7:40am EST discussing the cost of Easter candy. Be sure to tune in!
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