Best Money Tips: 5 Kinds of Bank Accounts That Everybody Needs

By Amy Lu on 10 April 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on bank accounts that everyone needs, important employee rights that teens should know, and how to create a calming evening routine.

Top 5 Articles

The 5 Bank Accounts Everybody Needs — Five bank accounts may seem like a lot, but they each serve an important purpose in managing your daily expenses and long-term goals. [Money After Graduation]

The 8 Most Important Employee Rights Teens Should Know — By law, you are entitled to individual rights at the workplace, even if you're a teenager without a lot of experience. [Money Under 30]

My Calming Evening Routine & Essentials to Create Your Own — Your evening routine starts earlier than you think. If you want to sleep restfully, you'll need to be more conscious of what you eat from the early afternoon onward. [The Classy Simple Life]

What's behind the plunge in bitcoin? — Analysts say that the biggest factor behind the plunge of value in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is the prospect of government regulation. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Do Grown-ups Need an Allowance? — When your finances it joined with your spouse's, it can make a lot of sense for each person to have an allowance that they can spend on whatever they want. [Pretend to Be Poor]

Other Essential Reading

This Incredibly Helpful Needle-Threading Hack Will Save You SO Much Time and Sanity — Threading a needle is frustrating and time-consuming for a lot of people. If you are one of those people, this hack will change your life.  [PopSugar Smart Living]

Crucial Things to Know About Your Student Loans and Repayment — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on important things you should know about your student loans and repayment. [Experian]

Four Simple Steps for Spring “Curating” — When you keep to many things unintentionally, they lose their significance. Taking care of them and putting them away makes them shine the next time you bring them out again. [No Sidebar]

The crossover point: How to know when you’ve achieved financial independence — It only takes a few simple calculations to figure out if you've reached financial independence. [Get Rich Slowly]

Top 5 Reasons To Spend On a Condo — Most condos come with a maintenance fee, but in exchange you don't have to deal with the upkeep for shared areas and other facilities. [Centsibly Rich]

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