Best Money Tips: What to do when your wallet is stolen

by Amy Lu on 21 October 2010 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we give you emergency procedures in the case of a stolen wallet, somewhat-healthy Halloween treats, tips for effective Google searching, and more!

Top 5 Articles

8 Things To Do If Your Wallet is Stolen — In the unfortunate event that your wallet is stolen, do you have an action plan ready to limit your losses? Grad Money Matters

Slightly Nutritious, Easy Halloween Treats For Parties — Go the (slightly) nutritious route this year with popcorn balls, pumpkin muffins, frozen eyeballs, and ants on a log! Parenting Squad

How To Use Google Search More Effectively — Learn the tools and tricks to a better search! SaveDelete

How to Learn a Language in 90 Days or Less — Don't get hung up on looking up every new word. Think about the context rather than the definition. Dumb Little Man

6 Steps to Affordable Appliance Repair — Prepare for the possible broken washer or fridge by reading up on common fixes for your appliance. Money Ning

Other Essential Reading

What To Do With Your Money In Your 20s, 30s, And 40s – Ideas From Generation Earn — There are some things you should focus on during different periods of your life, like investing in your career in your 20s and writing your own home ownership rules in your 30s. Free From Broke

Job Security: The 4 Pillars that Guarantee it (& Boost your Income) — Landing a job with at least two of the four pillars may offer you that rare treat called job security. 20somethingfinance

7 Ways to Give Yourself a Raise — If you've been getting a tax refund every year, consider adjusting your tax withholding so you can keep more of your money the rest of the year. U.S. News & World Report

How to Avoid Lifestyle Inflation — Keep yourself from wasting extra income by adjusting your budget to make sure your money will be used where you really need it. Cash Money Life

Spousal IRA Contribution Rules And Limits — If you qualify for the Spousal IRA, it's important to know how the rules would apply to your family's particular situation. Smart On Money

0
No votes yet
Your rating: None
ShareThis

comments

0 discussions

Add New Comment

CAPTCHA
This test helps prevent automated spam submissions.