Best Money Tips: Ways for Kids to Save Money
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways for kids to save money, improving your life, and ways you could be sabotaging your retirement.
Top 5 Articles
5 Easy Ways for Kids to Save Money — One good way for kids to save money is to have their parents open a savings account for them. [Savings Scoop]
Nine Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your Life — To improve your life today, try going for a one hour walk around your neighborhood. [The Simple Dollar]
Two Ways You Could Be Sabotaging Your Retirement — One of the ways you could be sabotaging your retirement is by not negotiating your pay during the hiring process. [Free Money Finance]
6 Ways to Save on Halloween Costumes — Save on your child's Halloween costume by creating a new costume instead of buying one. [Parenting Squad]
3 Quick Tips For Laid-Off LinkedIn Users — If you have been laid-off, make sure your LinkedIn profile has a well crafted headline. [SavvySugar]
Other Essential Reading
DIY Healthcare Steps to Good Health — Make sure you stay in good health by staying both physically and mentally active. [The Sun's Financial Diary]
5 Hidden Financial Risks of Everyday Life — A big financial risk you may be committing is being uninsured or underinsured. [Quizzle Wire]
How To Keep Work and Stress Noise Under Control — Avoid the "stress noise" of constantly focusing on work by learning how to compartmentalize. [Careful Cents]
How to be Successfully Self Sufficient — Be self sufficient and save money by learning how to do maintenance tasks for your car or home on your own. [The Frugal Toad]
Five Fall Car Care Tips to Do Now — Make sure to flush your radiator and refill it with fresh coolant this fall. [Canadian Finance Blog]
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