Best Money Tips: Things You Can Learn From Your Tax Return

By Ashley Jacobs on 19 April 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things you can learn from your tax return, planning for financial emergencies, and downsides to DIY financial planning.

Top 5 Articles

5 Things You Can Learn From Your Tax Return — Your tax return can teach you about possible deductions and credits for the coming year. [Money Smart Life]

4 Tips for Planning for Financial Emergencies — When planning for financial emergencies, make sure to perform an insurance audit. [MoneyNing]

5 Downsides to DIY Financial Planning — DIY financial planning can take up a lot of time and be really complicated. [Kiplinger]

How To Keep Working Into Your 60s And Beyond — If you want to keep working into your 60s and beyond, consider continuing to learn and adding new skills. [Forbes]

6 Packing Hacks Using Items You Can Find in Your House — Using hairties to keep your clothes rolled tightly can help make packing for your next trip easier! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

Stretching to Buy a Home Might Be a Mistake — It might be a better idea to save enough money for a home as opposed to stretching to make homeownership a reality. [Money Talks News]

The Tipping Point: When Should You Write Your First Will? — Becoming a parent is a great reason to write your first will. [US News & World Report]

Book More Clients: 9 Things to Do When Business Clients Are Scarce — Are you a freelancer looking for new clients? It may be time to switch up your marketing strategy! [Careful Cents]

Will a cheaper iPad do much to boost tablet sales? — Apple recently unveiled a cheaper iPad. Do you plan on purchasing it? [The Christian Science Monitor]

9 Dinnertime Lessons to Teach Your Kids — Have you taught your kids how to set the dinner table yet? [Parenting Squad]

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