Best Money Tips: Easy Habits for Better Relationships

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found easy habits that improve your relationships, what you should know about year-end charitable donations, and things that charismatic people do in conversations.

Top 5 Articles

5 Quick, Easy Habits That Have Actually Improved My Relationships. — Giving a real hello and good-bye when someone comes and goes allows you and your loved ones several moments of connection each day. [Gretchen Rubin]

5 Things You Need To Know About Year End Charitable Donations — Only donations to qualified charities are eligible to be claimed as tax deductions. [Clever Dude]

5 Things Charismatic People Do in Conversations — It's OK to show your vulnerability once in a while; it makes you more relatable. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Looking to Sell Your Home? Winter Might be the Right Time — If you use a real estate agent, it's more likely that you'll get better service and more attention if you sell your home during the winter. MoneyNIng]

Top Ten Most Expensive Habits of Americans — Many people are paying for things they don't use. Get rid of the gym membership, streaming subscription, and banana saver if you don't use them regularly. [Frugal Village]

Other Essential Reading

10 Stores With Great Return Policies for Holiday Shopping — At Zappos, you have 365 days to return any purchase and shipping is always free. [SheBudgets]

How to Pick the Perfect Recipes for Your Holiday Baking — Choose holiday treats that use similar ingredients so you'll have a shorter shopping list and you can buy in bulk. [Northern Cheapskate]

4 Ways to Save Money on Car Expenses — Timing is crucial! The best time to buy a car is at the end of December. [Lazy Man and Money]

6 Tips to Becoming Influential in Your Career — Share original studies and content to engage your online audience. [Life Optimizer]

7 Things You Must Know if You're Traveling Internationally With Kids — Meals can be challenging unless your kids are adventurous eaters. Prepare their palates by visiting local restaurants with foods from the countries you will travel to. [Parenting Squad]

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