Best Money Tips: Teaching Kids How to Donate Money

by Ashley Jacobs on 14 September 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on teaching kids how to donate money, cutting the cost of college tuition, and why you need to carry cash.

Top 5 Articles

Teaching Kids How To Donate Money — Teach your kids how to donate money by letting them pick what charity they want to donate to. [Parenting Squad]

How to Cut the Cost of College Tuition — To cut the cost of college tuition, try to graduate in less time. [Cash Money Life]

6 Reasons Why You Need to Carry Cash — Always carry cash so you don't have to put small incidental purchases on your credit card [My Dollar Plan]

What's the Catch With Cash Back Credit Cards? — Some cash back credit cards limit how much you can earn at the 5% rate based on categories. [Credit Sesame]

40 Things Everyone Must Know About Money — Always remember that the best investment is an investment in yourself. [Gen Y Wealth]

Other Essential Reading

8 Newbie Steps to Getting a Passport — When getting your passport, be sure to make a copy of your ID. [SavvySugar]

The ultimate guide to getting more referrals and increasing word-of-mouth — To get more referrals, make sure to ask people to refer you after you've left them feeling great about your work. Timing is everything! [Passive Panda]

How to Streamline Your Morning Routine — Streamline your morning routine by filling your gas tank over the weekend so you don't have to deal with an empty tank on Monday morning. [Generation X Finance]

5 Factors to Consider Before Relocating for a Job — Before you relocate for work, consider the local cost of living. [US News and World Report]

7 Symptoms of Procrastination and How to Fight Them — Fight the feeling of being overwhelmed by breaking tasks down into small bite sized chunks. [Stepcase Lifehack]

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