Best Money Tips: Take Advantage of Back to School Sales
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to take advantage of back to school sales, automating your budget, and habits of the wealthy.
Top 5 Articles
7 Ways to Take Advantage of Back to School Sales — Use back to school sales to supply your home office. [Saving Money Today]
How to Automate Your Budget — To automate your budget, find a good money management software application. [Moolanomy]
7 Habits of the Wealthy — Did you know wealthy people have the habit of living within their means? [Wisdom Journal]
Three Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make When Buying Your First House — When buying your first house, don't make the mistake of buying more house than you can afford. [Generation X Finance]
Exercise Your Way to a Bigger Paycheck — By exercising and living healthier, you can potentially earn $320 more per month. [MoneyNing]
Other Essential Reading
How to Take Time Off and Actually Earn More — Want to take time off work but earn more money? Consider raising your rates! [Freelance Switch]
4 Tips to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft — To protect yourself from identity theft, don't keep your wallet in plain sight. [Financially Poor]
How Should a Young Person Get Started with Investing — A great way for a young person to get started with investing is to take advantage of investing through their employer. [Narrow Bridge]
16 Ways To Feel Like A Kid Again — Feel like a kid again by cooking a grilled cheese on your ironing board. [SavvySugar]
Archery for Kids: The Ins and Outs of Bows and Arrows — If your child is under 5 years of age, stick with toy bows and arrows as opposed to the real thing. [Parenting Squad]
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