Best Money Tips: Ways to Score Free Stocking Stuffers

By Ashley Jacobs on 11 November 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on scoring free stocking stuffers, what your sleeping position says about your relationship with money, and digging your way out of debt.

Top 5 Articles

12 Ways to Score Free Stocking Stuffers — Find samples and check your credit card rewards to score free stocking stuffers. [Money Talks News]

What Your Sleeping Position Says About Your Relationship With Money — People who sleep on their side tend to earn more money than people who sleep in other positions. [Credit Sesame]

Digging Yourself Out of Debt — To dig yourself out of debt, look into credit counseling. [Wealthy Turtle]

401(k) Open Enrollment Season at Work? 3 Things You Need to Know — Before you enroll in your company's 401(k) plan, figure out how long it will take until you are vested. [Bargaineering]

Use Your Raise to Increase Your Savings — Anytime you receive a raise, devote part of it to increasing your savings. [Canadian Finance Blog]

Other Essential Reading

8 Emotions That Can Sabotage Your Finances — Anxiety and jealousy are two strong emotions that, if not controlled, can lead you to make bad financial decisions. [LearnVest]

Strategies for Your Health Savings Account — Did you know health savings accounts provide a triple tax break? [Kiplinger]

16 of Oprah's Favorite Things Under $50 — Modern House Red Wine and sweater coozies are just a couple affordable items on Oprah's favorite things list this year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Survive When the Freelancing Life Throws You Curveballs — When thrown curveballs as a freelancer, stay afloat by staying a few weeks ahead. [Careful Cents]

Winter Baby Showers That Sparkle and Shine — Throwing a baby shower this winter? Consider an Ice Princess or Prince theme! [Parenting Squad]

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