Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money on Childcare Services
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on saving on childcare services, increasing your chances of getting an email response, and making cheap foods taste delicious.
Top 5 Articles
How to Get Child Care Without Breaking the Bank — Using your child care tax credit and starting your own babysitting co-op can help reduce the amount you spend on child care costs. [Cheat Sheet]
10 Tips to Up Your Chances of Getting an Email Response — To get a response via email, be specific and check your writing. [PopSugar Smart Living]
6 Ways to Make Cheap Foods Taste Delicious — If you want to make cheap foods taste delicious, add sauces or tweak your technique. [Money Talks News]
How Will I Know When I Have Enough To Retire? — When determining if you have enough to retire, you have to figure out what kind of return you can expect on your money. [American Debt Project]
7 Questions That Businesses Rarely Ask Their Customers Anymore — Do you remember the days when department stores had employees operating their elevators? [Len Penzo dot Com]
Other Essential Reading
What You Need to Know About the New myRA Retirement Accounts — A myRA account is similar to a Roth IRA in that you can make up to $5,500 per year in post tax contributions. [Credit Sesame]
Ways to Save Money in Paris — If you are traveling to Paris, buying a multiday metro pass and noting free museum days can help you save. [Kiplinger]
Can thinking cyclically help you put away more? — Thinking cyclically can in fact help you save more money! [Bargaineering]
6 Reasons to Really Love Your Pet (As If You Needed Them) — Pets can teach you responsibility and can help kids learn to read. [Parenting Squad]
Gardening on a small scale — Did you know you can grow zucchini in containers? [Donna Freedman]
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