Best Money Tips: Triggers for Financial Infidelity

By Ashley Jacobs on 6 May 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on triggers for financial infidelity, how to do your own landscaping, and tips for buying your first home.

Top 5 Articles

5 Triggers for Financial Infidelity (and How to Steer Clear of Them) — If you have separate accounts from your spouse, try to be transparent about your accounts to avoid financial infidelity. [Credit Sesame]

How to Do Your Own Landscaping — Want to do your own landscaping? Draw up plans after deciding on a theme. [Living on the Cheap]

7 Essential Tips for Buying Your First Home — When buying your first home, start by checking your credit. [Bargaineering]

5 Financial Tips for Freshmen — Make sure your college freshman understands the importance of understanding their credit report and score. [Money Talks News]

7 Beauty Products That Are a Waste of Money — Instead of buying expensive scrubs, make your own at home on the cheap. [Literally Darling]

Other Essential Reading

Creative Housing for Seniors — Are you a senior in retirement who needs housing? Consider looking into a cohousing community. [Kiplinger]

College Freakonomics — Do you think a college degree is worth the price or is it not a great deal? [Free Money Finance]

Prom Spending Tops $1,100 — Don't let prom take a huge bite out of your wallet. Save money by de-accessorizing and avoiding the frills. [MSN Money]

Should You Change Your Maiden Name? 5 Things to Consider — If your maiden name is one that is synonymous with your career, you may want to consider holding onto it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Prepare Your Child for Surgery — To prepare your child for surgery, take a tour of the hospital beforehand. [Parenting Squad]

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