Best Money Tips: Teaching Your Teen Financial Responsibility

by Ashley Jacobs on 7 August 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on teaching your teen financial responsibility, things you should buy new, and uses for baking soda.

Top 5 Articles

Ready, Set, Launch! 6 Steps to Teaching Your Teen Financial Responsibility — Teach your teen how to budget and build credit if you want them to understand financial responsibility. [MintLife Blog]

7 Items You Should Always Buy New — Always buy swimsuits and tires new. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Two Dozen Uses for Baking Soda — Did you know you can use baking soda to make dishwasher powder or air freshener? [TheDollarStretcher.com]

Why Can't We Follow Simple, Good Money Advice? — Sometimes it's difficult to follow good money advice because we are attempting to impress others or play a role. [US News & World Report]

The Best Health Insurance Options for the Self-Employed — If you are self-employed, look into The Freelancers Union for health insurance. [Careful Cents]

Other Essential Reading

How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Divorce — It takes time to rebuild your credit after a divorce, so be patient! [Good Financial Cents]

A Simple Trick to Stop Spending — If you calculate how much a certain item will cost you each year instead of per buy, it may help you stop spending. [Free Money Finance]

How to Survive a Road Trip With Baby on Board — To survive a road trip with a baby, plan stops and bring toys. [Parenting Squad]

Save Money at Anthropologie — Save money at Anthropologie by shopping the clearance section and buying discounted gift cards. [Bargain Babe]

How You're Doing Your Retirement Wrong — Are you not educating yourself about investments? If so you may be doing your retirement wrong. [MainStreet]

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