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Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Money on Valentine's Day

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to make money on Valentine’s Day, bad cleaning habits to avoid, and retirement planning for every age. Top 5 Articles Love Don’t Come Easy, But Cash Can: 10 Ways to Make Bank on Valentine’s Day... […]

5 Mental Biases That Are Keeping You Poor

Our brains are not naturally wired to make the kinds of decisions that lead to long-term financial stability and wealth. That's because most of us fall victim to systematic errors in logical thinking known as cognitive biases. Our brains have trouble recognizing when we are about to make a logical... […]

The 5 Best Infant Nail Clippers

If you're nervous about clipping your baby's nails, then infant nail clippers can help you complete the task quickly and safely. The right baby nail clippers can help you avoid mistakes and keep your infant's nails at the optimal length. What Are Infant Nail Clippers? Infant nail clippers are hand... […]

The One Thing That Will Help You Actually Save Money

At least 66 million American adults don't have anything saved in an emergency fund. Whether you have one or not, that is a whopper of a number! Saving is hard. There are so many legitimate places to spend our money, and so many things we want on top of that. It can be difficult to figure out how... […]

Best Deals for Wednesday 02/08

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today SAVE BIG on 4 Pack Portable Outdoor LED Camping Lantern, Take 75% OFF, and more... Zestkit Tri-Blade Vegetable... […]

15 Questions You Should Always Ask at the End of a Job Interview

There are two important moments that occur in every job interview — the first impression, and the last. The first impression is about instantly portraying a positive image of yourself to the interviewer. You want to be confident, personable, and eager to talk. By the time the interview is... […]

4 Reasons People Don't Retire Early — and How You Can

Retirement is undeniably a time of drastic change in most people's lives. Typically, people have spent at least four decades in the workplace by the time they accept their gold watch. The average retirement age is 62 to 65, depending on where you live, according to a survey by SmartAsset. While... […]

6 Apps That Pay You to Workout

One of the most popular New Year's resolutions every year is to get fit and lose weight. Unfortunately, it's also one of the most broken resolutions as well. Perhaps if there was more of a financial reward tied to getting in shape, it would be easier, or maybe if there was a way to stay more... […]

Ask the Readers: What Good Financial Habits Do You Have?

Good financial habits set the foundation for achieving your goals, no matter what your goals are. Some examples are tracking your budget every week, regularly transferring money into your retirement account, and paying more than the minimum on your credit cards, but there are many things you can do... […]

5 Investments That Aren't Stocks or Bonds

Times are changing. Back in 2007, 65% of American adults reported investing in stocks. Fast forward to 2016, and only 52% said they have money invested in equities. This represents the lowest ownership rate of stocks in the 19 years of Gallup's annual economy and personal finance survey. So, where... […]