Best Money Tips: 5 Ways to Invest $1,000


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to invest $1,000, tips to help you take stock photos like a pro, and how to get through a quarter-life crisis.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Invest $1000 — Don't assume you can't invest in real estate with only $1000. Crowdfunded real estate is one way to do just that! [Well Kept Wallet]

Want to Take Stock Photos like a Pro? 7 Tips You Must Know — You want your photos to stand out. With each subject matter you choose, check out the competition and see how you can make your photo unique. [Wallet Squirrel]

3 Things To Get You Through A Quarter-Life Crisis — Over 86% of Millennials feel pressure to reach their money, relationship, and career goals by the age of 30. [FreeUp]

4 Money Goals to Hit Before You Start a Family — Set up a retirement fund so that you aren't financially dependent on your future kids in your old age. [Current on Currency]

Bridging the skills gap, one solar panel at a time — The rooftop solar industry can equip youths from underserved communities with the skills to build a career while helping low-income residents save money on energy. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

27 Quick Tips on How Improve Your Finances Every Day — Check the pressure on your car tires. Properly-inflated tires can improve your gas mileage by 3%. [Ready To Be Rich]

11 Simple Tips For Bedroom Organization — Invest in tall storage to save space and make room for other furniture. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Everything You Need to Know About Renters Insurance — Renters insurance is no less important to a renter than homeowner’s insurance is to a homeowner. [Good Financial Cents]

5 Easy Kitchen Upgrades That Look Way More Expensive Than They Actually Are — Get new textiles, like dish towels and window treatments, is a cheap and easy way to freshen up your kitchen. [The Penny Hoarder]

12 Cheap Ways to Welcome Fall This Year — Set your dining table with fall-themed decorations. You can fill a couple bowls with pine cones, acorns and candles, or pick up cheap seasonal linens at a thrift store.  [Don't Pay Full]

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