Best Money Tips: Tips for End of Year Tax Planning
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on tips for end-of-year tax planning, ways to reduce risk in 2014, and the basic principles for growing wealth.
Top 5 Articles
17 Tips for End of Year Tax Planning — Before the year is over, remember to finalize your records and do an AMT analysis. [My Dollar Plan]
Ways to Reduce Risk in 2014 — To reduce risk in 2014, save up for major repairs or purchases. [Three Thrifty Guys]
5 Basic Principles for Growing Wealth — If you want to grow your wealth, invest in yourself. [BeingFrugal.net]
8 Job Market Myths and Truths — You shouldn't rely on an employment agency to help you find a job because 93% of the available positions out there are not listed with employment agencies. [The Wisdom Journal]
Deciding on When is the Best Time to Sell Your House — When considering when to sell your house, ask yourself why you want to sell your home. [Couple Money]
Other Essential Reading
68 Mostly Free Ways to Entertain Yourself at Home — Keep yourself entertained at home cheaply by listening to a TED Talk. [PopSugar Smart Living]
How Big Should an Emergency Fund Be? — The typical rule of thumb is that you should have enough money saved up to last you 3-6 months. [Moolanomy]
3 Ways an Auto Parts Store Can Save You Money on Car Repairs — Did you know you can get a free battery check at an auto parts store? [MoneyNing]
How sustainable are your financial habits? — To determine how sustainable your financial habits are, consider whether or not you've stabilized your housing costs. [Five Cent Nickel]
Understanding the IPO Process — The purpose of an IPO is to create liquidity for early investors and employees. [Get Rich Slowly]
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