Best Money Tips: The Best Things That Money Can't Buy

By Amy Lu on 17 December 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best things that money can’t buy, tips for a productive home office, and new year’s resolutions you might want to consider doing.

Top 5 Articles

98 of the Best Things in Life That Money Can't Buy — Money can buy a lot of things, but the peace of mind you get from letting go of grudges is not one of them. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Tips for a Productive at Home Office — Pull back the curtains and let the light in! Natural light tells your brain that it's time to work and helps with concentration. [Thirty Six Months]

10 New Year’s Resolutions That You Should Consider Doing — Make the resolution to stop checking your social media accounts from your phone when you're out with friends. [Ready To Be Rich]

Save Money on End of Year Auto & Insurance Purchases — Some insurers offer low-mileage discounts. If drive just around 7,500 miles a year, it may be worth your while to look into public transportation or carpooling alternatives and keep your mileage low. [PT Money]

Essentials to Look for in Your Next Home — Ask if the insulation in the floors, walls, and attic have been upgraded to meet the minimum energy standards for your region. [Spilling Buckets Personal Finance]

Other Essential Reading

How to Divvy Up Your Money in a 401(k) Plan — If you want to see your money grow, don't allocate too much of your investments in stable value funds. [Forbes]

The Gifts Smart Grandparents and Relatives Give to Raise Financially Savvy Kids — Consider donating to the kid's college fund as a gift that grows with her! [Quizzle Wire]

How to Keep Earning After You Retire — Investing in property is one way to make money during your retirement. [Modest Money]

5 Ways Kids Can Give Back During the Holiday Season — Kids can donate any coats or warm clothing that they've outgrown. [Parenting Squad]

Minimalism: Fad or Solid Debt Payoff Tool? — Minimalism not only clears your physical space, it frees up your mental space, too. It's actually an effective psychological debt payoff tool. [Ready For Zero]

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