Best Money Tips: Ways to Split Expenses With a Partner
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to split expenses with a partner who makes more, how to get more value from Netflix, and dating tips for frugal men.
Top 5 Articles
7 Ways to Split Expenses with a Partner Who Makes More — To split expenses with a partner who makes more than you do, start by discussing the situation and your expectations. [Currency]
How to get more value from Netflix — To get more value from Netflix, optimize your streaming experience. [MSN Money]
27 Dating Tips for Frugal Men — If you are frugal and planning a date, consider having a picnic in the park or grabbing dessert instead of dinner. [FreeShipping.org]
Getting Back on Track After Unemployment — Get your finances back on track after unemployment by paying off your debt. [Bucksome Boomer]
The Best Resorts for Family Deals — If you are looking for an awesome resort with family deals, consider looking into the Tortuga Lodge in Costa Rica or the Kahala Mandarin Oriental in Hawaii. [Money Smart Life]
Other Essential Reading
How Much Money Should You Save in Your Job Freedom Fund? — One of the things you need to consider when funding your job freedom fund (which is essentially a career emergency fund) is how quickly you can expect to find another job in your industry. [Green Panda Treehouse]
5 Reasons To Keep A Work Diary — Keep a work diary so you can see your wins at work. [American Express OPEN Forum]
Back-to-School Starts Now: Preparation Tips to Make the First Day Easier — Make the first day back at school easier on your family by putting school events on your calendar. [Parenting Squad]
Retirement Planning Tools — If you want to see whether or not you are on track for retirement, consider using GuidedChoice's QuickAdvice tool. [CNN Money]
How To Build Your Mutual Fund Portfolio — When building your mutual fund portfolio, evaluate your personal risk tolerance. [The Wisdom Journal]
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