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The 5 Millennial Money Apps Everyone Should Use

The more we become surgically attached to our phones, the more we need apps to help us along. According to a recent study, 68% of Millennials say that in five years, the way they access their money will be completely different, and 70% say that the way they pay for things will be totally different.... […]

10 Great Side Jobs for Introverts

A second source of income is not only a nice financial safety net; it's also a way to broaden your work experience. In fact, many side jobs are often very different to the full-time careers people have. And, speaking as an introvert with a side job, this topic is near and dear to my heart. So if... […]

The 5 Best Pressed Powders

Pressed powder is an integral part of any professional makeup artist’s kit. It can give your skin a silky matte finish throughout the day and night, even if you are dealing with sweat, oily skin, or humidity. Each pressed powder is different — some can absorb oil, mask the appearance of... […]

Best Deals for Tuesday 02/16

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today 60-75% off Boot Liquidation at Macy's, Oster 2-Slice Toaster for $31, $10 off Flight to San Francisco, and more! […]

6 Money Misconceptions About Millennials

As a Millennial myself — though, admittedly, at the very outskirts of the spectrum (younger Millennials are keen to point that out to me; can't we all just get along?) — I can tell you that we're unjustly dragged through the mud by the press. We're lazy, entitled, self-absorbed, and... […]

11 Investing Tips You Wish You Could Tell Your Younger Self

Sometimes I look back on my past as a young investor and want to kick myself. I didn't really know what I was doing back then, and made a number of mistakes that cost me money in the long run. I did learn a lot and truly enjoy investing and saving now. But I wish I could go back in time and offer... […]

Ask the Readers: What Are Your Financial Goals for 2016?

It isn't enough to simply save money. What will you do with it? Financial goals give you something concrete to work towards and help keep you motivated. What are your financial goals for 2016? What steps are you taking to make sure you reach these goals? Do you have other long-term goals,... […]

10 Small Gestures That Go a Long Way at Work

If you've ever worked in an office environment, you know how hectic things can get. Looming deadlines, departmental goals, staffing issues, and customer service challenges can send stress levels soaring and morale plummeting. If your office needs an attitude adjustment, start your own nine-to-five... […]

Best Money Tips: Surprising Ways to Use Coca-Cola

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on surprising uses for Coca-Cola, how to learn anything in 20 hours, and things that successful people never say. Top 5 Articles 55 Uses for Coca-Cola You May Have Never Thought About — The citric acid in this soda... […]

21 Times Spending More Will Save You Money

Even though I usually focus on spending less money in order to save money, sometimes spending more will actually help you save. Here are 21 times when dishing out a few extra bucks can help you be frugal in the long-run. Spending to Reduce Everyday Expenses There are lots of inexpensive items you... […]