Best Money Tips: 29 Quick, Easy Ways to Save Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on super quick and easy ways to save money, weight-loss gimmicks to avoid, and how to get the biggest tax refund possible.

Top 5 Articles

20 Extremely Quick and Easy Ways to Save Money — Do you visit the gym often enough to justify a yearly membership? If not, choose a pay-as-you-go option instead. [Help Me To Save]

Don't Fall for These 10 Weight-Loss Gimmicks — Yes, a shake diet will help you lose weight, but it isn't the right kind of weight to lose. If a serving contains less than 10 grams of protein, you'll have a harder time building muscle mass. [Cheapism]

How to Get the Biggest Tax Refund Possible — Don't forget, you can write off any mortgage interest or real estate taxes! And some energy-saving home improvements are also tax deductible. [Parenting Squad]

The Key to Tidying Up Your Whole Life Means Asking Yourself This 1 Simple Question — The KonMari Method is all about simplifying your life and becoming happier by decluttering. When you go through your things, ask yourself, "Does this item spark joy?" [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Essential Thrifty Moves for New Parents — When it comes to baby clothes, choose function over style. The quicker you can remove an outfit, the better! [Thrift Hounds]

Other Essential Reading

Starbucks Hacks to Save You Money — Starbucks will give you a 10-cent discount when you bring your own re-usable cup. [Kiplinger]

Five Reasons Side Gigs Aren’t Just for Freelancers — Having a side job helps you build your professional network, especially if it's at a company or organization you like or want to work at in the future. [Lazy Man and Money]

Save Money By Detailing Your Own Vehicle — With a little time and elbow grease, you can detail your car — exterior wash, vacuum, and interior wipe down — for about $12. [Clever Dude]

How We Pay For Unexpected Expenses May Surprise You — According to a new survey, a surprisingly large number of Americans don't have the financial resources to handle an unexpected $1,000 expense. 60% of those surveyed said they would try to come up with the money within their budget, while 15% said they would use credit cards to pay for it. [Quizzle Wire]

Should I List My Home on a Vacation Rental Website? — First, find out if it's actually legal to rent out your home. Some communities or HOAs may not allow you to host paying guests, while others may require you to get a permit or license. [The Allstate Blog]

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