Best Money Tips: Stop Wasting Money on Your Car

by Ashley Jacobs on 10 February 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on not wasting money on your car, tax season do nots, and insurance policies you don't need.

Top 5 Articles

Ten Ways You Can Stop Wasting Money on Your Car — Avoid wasting money on your car by resisting extras offered to you during an oil change. [Thousandaire]

6 Tax Season Don'ts — This tax season, don't be afraid to ask for help. [SavvySugar]

Great Family Deals Roundup — During the next couple weeks, make sure to take advantage of deals on boys winter coats at Sears.com. [Parenting Squad]

The 102 best money websites --  Are you looking for information on a particular money issue? Check out this awesome list of money websites to assist you with all your money questions! [MSN Money]

Worst Money Advice Ever — Never follow advice to cash in your 401k to pay your debts. That is bad advice! [Free Money Finance]

Other Essential Reading

How to Have  a Memorable Valentine's Day Without Spending Any Money — Avoid spending money on cards this Valentine's Day. Instead, make your own cards! [Generation X Finance]

9 Common Ways You Could Be Wasting Your Money — If you are paying for subscriptions you don't use, you are probably wasting your money. [Smart On Money]

The 13 Most Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions — If you are self-employed and travel a lot for work, don't forget to deduct airline baggage fees. [My Two Dollars]

5 Situations When Consumers Need to Be Extra Careful — Be extra careful when you are buying a car or stocks. [MintLife Blog]

15 Ways to Reduce Core Expenses and Debt — Save money on transportation expenses by using public transportation whenever possible. [Debt Free Adventure]

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