Best Money Tips: The Worst Bad Habits to Have

By Amy Lu on 15 December 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the worst bad habits to have, side hustle money mistakes, and rules for holiday tipping.

Top 5 Articles

The 5 Worst Bad Habits to Have — Manipulation leads to unhealthy relationships. You'll get better, happier results by being sincere and direct. [Pick The Brain]

Avoid These 3 Side Hustle Money Mistakes — Keep your business and personal finances separate. Open up a separate savings account for your side gig deposits, and get a credit card just for your business-related purchases. [Money Under 30]

Should You Tip Your Garbage Man? 9 Rules for Holiday Tipping — If you don't have the cash to tip, consider writing a thoughtful thank-you note or giving baked goodies instead. [Money Talks News]

12 Things You Need to Replace Right Now — Old pillows may contain dust mites, bacteria, and dead skin. Replace your pillows every 18-24 months. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Tough Truths Happy People Aren't Afraid to Face — You can learn a lot from your mistakes when you aren't denying them. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Other Essential Reading

Mastering the Language of Personal Finance for Future Generations — Financial literacy begins at home. Check out these resources to help you pass on personal finance knowledge to your kids… and to brush up on your own! [Credit Sesame]

7 Smart Ways to Lower Your Taxable Income — Are you getting a year-end bonus? Ask that it be paid in 2015 so it won't increase this year's taxable income. [Kiplinger]

How Long Should You Keep Receipts? — Hang on to your receipts for 5-7 years. Need help organizing them? Use an accordion folder! [MoneyNing]

4 Non-Traditional Ways to Increase Solopreneur Income and Productivity — Don't give potential clients your rates because, naturally, not all clients are the same. [Careful Cents]

Why It's Ok to Post Pictures of Your Kids on Facebook — Posting pictures on Facebook is a great way to share your child's growth with your friends and family — just make sure your privacy settings are exactly where you want them. [Parenting Squad]

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