Best Money Tips: Credit Card Tips to Live By

By Ashley Jacobs. Last updated 19 July 2011. 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on credit card tips to live by, what to do if you hate your job, and road trip money saving tips.

Top 5 Articles

10 Great Credit Card Tips To Live By — Limit the number of credit cards you have. One or two is enough. [Stack The Chips]

What To Do When You Hate Your Job — If you hate your job, find another one by first figuring out what you want to do. [Thousandaire]

8 Road Trip Money Saving Tips — To save money on your road trip, bring some of your own food. [Free From Broke]

Save Money On Books: Don't Pay Full Price For Your Reading List — Save money on books by getting a library card and utilizing the library. [The Digerati Life]

12 Smart Budget Tips to Help You Save Money — Save money by knowing what your hidden expenses are. [Savings Scoop]

Other Essential Reading

2 Questions to Ask Before Renting Out Your Spare Room — Before you rent out your spare room, make sure you are compatible with whomever you are renting the room out to. [Currency]

5 Apps Every Home Buyer Needs — If you are buying a home, make sure you have the ZipRealty app. [Credit Sesame Blog]

How to Get Your Child to Eat Healthy When Sensory Issues Abound — Get your child to eat healthy by setting goals. [Parenting Squad]

How to Hone Your DIY Skills — Hone your DIY skills by using repair manuals.[Frugal Dad]

75 Reminders for Tough Times — When life gets tough, remember that it's not about waiting for the storm to pass but instead learning to dance in the rain. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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