Best Money Tips: Bad Money Advice You Should Run Far, Far Away From

By Amy Lu on 10 May 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on bad financial advice you should ignore, how to shop smart at Costco, and easy ways to save money on your energy bills.

Top 5 Articles

5 Bad Pieces of Financial Advice You Need to Run From Now — Money can be really confusing, but following bad advice will do more harm than good. [Frugal Rules]

5 Tips to Help You Shop Smart at Costco — It's easy to blow your whole paycheck at Costco, but that isn't the only way! Use these tips to shop smart — and save money — at the popular warehouse store. [Fabulessly Frugal]

5 Easy Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bills — Discovering new ways to conserve energy around your home is good for your wallet and for the environment! [Frugal Buzz]

How to Buy a Long-Lasting & Stylish Wardrobe Without Breaking the Bank — Here are some great tips if you want to build a wardrobe of clothing that you can wear for years to come. [Young And Thrifty]

You don’t need HIIT to get fit. Try this instead. — Low-intensity steady state exercise is a great option for anyone who is just starting a workout program, recovering from an injury or surgery, or packing a little more weight than ideal. [The Washington Post]

Other Essential Reading

8 Cool Uses For Eggs You've Definitely Never Thought of Before — If you find yourself with more eggs than you can eat, get creative and try one of these alternative uses for eggs. [PopSugar Smart Living]

A Bunch of Ways to Stash Money Aside! — Real people share tried-and-true savings ideas that actually work! [Budgets Are Sexy]

How to Choose Your Purpose-Filled Career — When you're choosing a career, think about the how you can help others or make the world better, doing things that you might enjoy. [zen habits]

How to See Obstacles as Advantages — Don't think of obstacles as your enemies. They are what make your dreams worthwhile. [Living Well Spending Less]

3 Lessons to Teach Your Teen About Car Maintenance — As your teen approaches driving age, make sure they know the basics of car maintenance. Keep the lessons fun and informal so that they're more likely to want to learn more. [Penniless Parenting]

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