Best Money Tips: 70 Money Skills Everyone Should Know

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found 70 essential money skills everyone should know, what to look for in your side hustle business, and personal finance principles for a richer life.

Top 5 Articles

70 Essential Money Skills Everyone Must Know — Learn to do as much research as the cost requires. You don't need to spend as much time researching coffeemakers as you do cars. [Wallet Hacks]

4 Tips for Finding Your Perfect Side Hustle Business — Your side hustle needs to be flexible. If you are locked in on certain hours or the amount of time you spend on the side hustle, you're more likely to burn out. [Cash The Checks]

4 Personal Finance Principles to Live by For a Richer Life — Prepare for the long term and for worst-case scenarios. [PopSugar Smart Living]

22 Ways to Earn Extra Cash for the 2015 Holidays — If you have gently used clothing that you no longer wear, you can sell them on consignment or online at sites like thredUP. [Kiplinger]

Thanksgiving Day sales: JCPenney, Kohl's, and Target kick off Black Friday early — JCPenney's Black Friday sale starts at 3 pm on Thanksgiving Day, two hours earlier than last year. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

Five Ways to Get an Inexpensive Cell Phone — Black Friday is one of the best times for deals on electronics. [Ms. Frugal]

7 Common Spending Errors And How to Fix Them — Buying at the wrong time can cause you to spend more for the same (or worse) product. Know what kinds of produce are in season and only purchase new clothing when they're on sale. [Because…I'm Cheap]

How to Save More Money with Less Effort — If you want to make a big impact on your budget, look for ways to reduce your biggest expenses. [Million Dollar Journey]

Stay Focused When You Work From Home — When you work from home, it's easy to become distracted by the household chores that you still need to do. So schedule in some time for housework, just as you would schedule time for work. [Canadian Finance Blog]

12 Ways to Master the Parent-Teacher Meeting — Remember to avoid being confrontational, even if you're discussing unpleasant topics like a child's bad grades or behavior issues. [Parenting Squad]


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Jenn Peters

Thanks so much for the mention :) Love WiseBread! Very neat to see my own little blog linked :) Jenn @BecauseImCheap