Best Money Tips: What Does Your Homeowner's Insurance Cover?
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on what your homeowner's insurance does (and doesn't) cover, 3 green cleaning products you already own, and the best Mother's Day gift a dad can give.
Top 5 Articles
What Does Your Homeowner's Insurance Cover? — Did you know that if you live in an area that is prone to flooding, earthquakes, or landslides, your homeowner's insurance won't cover damages done by any of those disasters? [Cash Money Life]
Scrub Down: The 3 Best Green Cleaning Products You Already Own — Baking soda is a great cleaning product that you probably already have in your pantry! [Currency]
The Best Mother's Day Gift A Dad Can Give — If you are a dad, give the woman in your life the gift of time this Mother's Day. [Parenting Squad]
Three Key Investment Concepts Everyone Needs to Know — Before you invest, make sure you know the function of your investments. [Forbes]
How to Get a Bank Fee Rescinded — Get your unwanted bank fee rescinded by being polite. [Bargaineering]
Other Essential Reading
20 Mother's Day Sweepstakes, Freebies, and Deals for 2011 — This Mother's Day, send your mom a free personalized message from Macy's Facebook page. Macy's will donate $5 to charity if you do! [Coupon Sherpa]
Refer Everyone to Everything: Strange Ways to Make Money — Make some extra money by referring your friends to your cable/satellite provider or your cell phone carrier. [Personal Finance Advice]
6 Efficient Interview Techniques for Freelance Writers — If you are a freelancer doing an interview for a story you are writing, make sure the interviewee doesn't waste your time with "off the record" information. [FreelanceSwitch]
How to Win Friends with Coupons — Next time you are buying something and you have an extra coupon that you won't use, offer it to someone else who could use it! [Free Money Finance]
More Done More Fun - 12 Tips to Claim More Time for Yourself — Make more time for fun in your life by practicing chunking. [Inspired Gift Giving]