Best Money Tips: Steps Towards Getting Today's Finances in Order
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on getting today's finances in order, insurance policies you can live without, and how to use eBay to turn clutter into cash.
Top 5 Articles
6 Steps Towards Getting Today's Finances in Order — To get your finances in order, look for patterns and generate extra income. [Financial Highway]
7 Insurance Policies You Can Live Without — Chances are you can live without extended warranties and trip cancellation insurance. [PopSugar Smart Living]
How to Use eBay to Turn Clutter into Cash — Did you know eBay gives you 50 free listings each month? [Stapler Confessions]
8 Big Reasons Why You're Getting an F in Personal Finance — You may be getting an F in personal finance because you don't know how much money you have in your bank accounts. [Len Penzo dot Com]
Why Personal Finance Isn't Being Taught in Schools — Do you think the fact that personal finance is too complex and vast of a topic is why it's not being taught in schools? [Three Thrifty Guys]
Other Essential Reading
The new way to get rich slowly — Did you know the 1% make their living from investing? [Get Rich Slowly]
Learning to live with risk — Learn to live with risk by broadening your view of risk and keeping the time frame in perspective. [Five Cent Nickel]
Can you submit too many college applications? — When in doubt, it's better to err on the side of submitting too many applications as opposed to too few. [Ask Liz Weston]
3 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Natural Gas Bill — Checking for gas leaks can help you save money on your natural gas bill. [Frugal Confessions]
Easy Tips for Getting Rid of Toys Your Kids Don't Play With Anymore — To get rid of toys your kids don't play with anymore, sort through them and consider donating them! [Parenting Squad]
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