Best Money Tips: Tips to Start Saving for Your Child's College

by Ashley Jacobs on 14 January 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on saving for your child's college, moves to make at work this year, and ways money slips through your fingers.

Top 5 Articles

6 Tips to Start Saving for Your Child's College — Starting early and remembering that nothing is too small can help you save for your child's college. [Parenting Squad]

50 Small and Big Moves to Make at Work this Year — Recording your achievements and setting monthly goals are two good things to do at work this year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

18 Ways Money Slips Through Your Fingers — If you aren't using coupons or gift cards, you may be letting money slip through your fingers. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

Debt and Marriage: What You Should Know Before the Wedding — Before you get married, know the financial behaviors of your future spouse. [Money Smart Life]

How to Save Half Your Income — To save half of your income, pay off your most painful debt first. [Frugal Portland]

Other Essential Reading

7 Signs That You're Turning Frugal Into a Dirty Word — You may be turning frugal into a dirty word if you never give to others. [And Then We Saved]

5 Frugal Mini-Projects to Contain Cabin Fever this Winter — To contain your cabin fever this winter, make cake pops. [Frugal Confessions]

How to Invest in Dividend Stocks for as Little as $10 — If you want to invest in dividend stocks, consider a direct stock purchase plan. [Cash Money Life]

Cold Weather Spiking Your Heating Bill? — Did you know bubble wrap can lower your heating bill while keeping you warm? [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

What it Took to Quit My Job and Work for Myself in 6 Months — Learning to give, get organized, and connect is essential when trying to work for yourself. [Careful Cents]

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