Best Money Tips: Steps to Stop Procrastinating With Your Taxes

by Ashley Jacobs on 28 March 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on steps to stop procrastinating with your taxes, how to be a millionaire in the making, and maximizing social security payouts.

Top 5 Articles

4 Steps to Stop Procrastinating With Your Taxes — To get yourself to stop procrastinating on your taxes, entice yourself with a reward! [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to be a Millionaire in the Making — Be a millionaire in the making by saving a higher percentage of your income. [Young and Thrifty]

How Retirees Can Maximize Their Social Security Payouts — Retirees can maximize their social security payouts by waiting longer to retire. [MainStreet]

Find great ski deals in March and April — If you ski in the East Coast, take advantage of Thrifty Thursdays! [Living on the Cheap]

30 Ways You Should Always BE — Always remember to be proactive and confident in your abilities. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Other Essential Reading

10 Things You Absolutely Need To Get A Mortgage — To get a mortgage, you must have W2 forms for the last two years. [Forbes]

Is Being Cheap the Key to Living Your Dream Life? — Being cheap now can enable you to have the money you need to make ends meet in the future. [And Then We Saved]

3 Possible Issues When Moving Back Home After College — If you have to move back home after college, set ground rules with your parents so you don't encounter any issues. [20's Finances]

Ignoring the Background Noise When You Are Overwhelmed — When you are overwhelmed, triage your tasks and take care of yourself. [Time Management Ninja]

7 Memorable Ways to Celebrate Easter — Make celebrating Easter memorable this year by adding a cultural twist to your celebration. [Parenting Squad]

Also, Ben Edwards, one of our own amazing writers, recently published his ebook Debt Heroes! It is available for free download today. Be sure to check it out! Also, don't miss Ben's guest posts on Free From Broke, PT Money, Get Rich Slowly, and here on Wise Bread!

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This year, I'm making an envelope for all my tax-deductible self-employed expenses so I don't have to comb through my credit card statements. Using credit card statements to track business expenses isn't hard, but it does provide a mental barrier to tax prep that a nice stack of paper doesn't.