Best Money Tips: 101 Small Ways to Save Big Money

By Amy Lu on 12 January 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found over a hundred small ways to save big, things to do now to prepare for tax season, and the secrets to a budget-friendly Korean beauty routine.

Top 5 Articles

101 Small Ways to Save Big — Buy over-the-counter meds from Amazon, where it tends to be cheaper. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Things You Should Do NOW To Prepare For Tax Season — Start gathering your income documents. You should get your W-2 or 1099 by January 31st, but you'll also need documentation from other sources of income, such as rental income, dividend income, and unemployment income. [MoneyNing]

10 Secrets to a Budget-Friendly Korean Beauty Routine — Work out your facial muscles! Facial massages, which you can do yourself at home, help tone and shape muscles and skin. [Cheapism]

Thanks to mild weather, winter gear is cheap right now — Much of the U.S. is experiencing unseasonable warm weather, which means retailers are slashing prices on their winter inventory. [The Monitor]

Fitness on a Budget — This week's #CreditChat, hosted by Experian, is all about staying fit while staying on budget. Tune in on Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET! [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

5 Things You Can Cut from Your Monthly Budget — Is cable TV still worth it? If you only watch a few channels or shows, streaming would be a cheaper option. [Shopper Strategy]

How to Save Money on Medical Expenses, Deal With Medical Debt & Negotiate Your Bills — Unexpected medical issues are scary, and they can be even scarier after you get the bill. These tips can help you lower medical costs and avoid bankruptcy. [Frugal Beautiful]

10 Great Places to Retire If You Hate the Cold — In New Orleans, the average low temperature in january is 45 degrees F, and Louisiana is actually among the most tax-friendly states for retirees. [Kiplinger]

Want to Earn Up to 120% More From Your Job? Here’s Where You Should Move — EMTs and paramedics in Washington earn 65% more than the national average. [The Penny Hoarder]

How Pop Culture Will Inspire Baby Names in 2016 — Expect an uptick in babies with names inspired by Star Wars. [Parenting Squad]

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