Best Money Tips: Tips for Spending Less Money
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on tips for spending less money, keeping the peace when parents move in with their adult children, and selling your clothes for cash.
Top 5 Articles
Tips For Spending Less Money — If you want to spend less money, downsize the amount of money you spend on dining out. [Not Made of Money]
5 Strategies for Keeping the Peace When Parents Move Back in with Their Adult Children — When parents have to move in with their children, it's important to create a mutually beneficial arrangement. [Free From Broke]
Tips on Selling Your Clothes for Cash — Sell your clothes for cash by laundering them before trying to sell them. [Bargain Babe]
5 Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bill — To save money on your energy bill, seal your windows during the winter. [Young Adult Money]
Roth IRAs vs Traditional IRAs - Which is Best for You? — Do you have a high income and expect your income to drop in retirement? Then a traditional IRA may be the best option for you. [Wealthy Turtle]
Other Essential Reading
The 10 Rule Spending Tip — When you buy something, ask yourself if you would pay ten times as much for it. If the answer is yes, buy it! Otherwise, don't purchase it. [Budgets Are Sexy]
4 Reasons Why Successful Investors Choose Dividend Investing — Successful investors tend to choose dividend investing because it is easy to understand. [Free Money Finance]
8 Ways To Sneak A Nature Break Into Your Busy Day — If you want to sneak a nature break into your busy day, have an outdoor business lunch. [SavvySugar]
9 Tips to Build Good Communication Between Home and School — To build good communication between home and school, talk to your child after school about how his or her day was. [Parenting Squad]
8 Dangerous Things We Teach Each Other — People tend to teach each other that the future is what matters most. That is a dangerous concept to live by! [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
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