Best Money Tips: Effective Ways to Make More Money


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to boost your income, how to create a minimalist kitchen, and common misconceptions about social security.

Top 5 Articles

How to Make More Money: 7 Effective Ways to Boost Your Monthly Income — Do you have a skill that others will pay for? Start freelancing! [The Penny Hoarder]

3 Steps to Creating a Minimalist Kitchen —You can make better use of your kitchen by cleaning, re-organizing, and re-thinking all the supplies and equipment in the space. [Nature Moms Blog]

8 Common Social Security Misconceptions You Should Know About — Some people believe that you'll never get back all your contributions, but the truth is you'll most likely receive more benefits that you paid out! [Phroogal Blog]

9 Jobs You Won't Believe You Can Get Paid to Do — You can make $30,000-$60,000 a year as a professional food taster. [Kiplinger]

What to Do If Your Spouse Isn’t Frugal — Agree to stop buying gifts. Instead, focus on spending quality time together on special occasions. [Everything Finance]

Other Essential Reading

Money Saving Tips For College Students Living on Campus — Unless you have a job that requires a car, you don't need one while you're living on campus. Use public transportation, including campus shuttles and local buses. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

10 Changes to Make in Your 30s That Will Set You Up For Lifelong Success — Stop putting off your life goals. Pick one and get to it! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Why in-store pickup is gaining popularity — Both shoppers and retailers love in-store pickup. Shoppers are able to compare prices and get their gods without waiting or paying for shipping, and retailers get foot traffic to their brick-and mortar stores and the chance to increase sales. [The Monitor]

Could Your Smoke Detector Steal Your Identity? — Devices that can connect to the Internet — TVs, fitness bands, even refrigerators — are vulnerable to hacking. [Credit Sesame]

Talking With Kids After Violent Situations — Turn this conversation into an educational lesson by asking leading questions like "What is violence?" and "Is it ever OK to solve problems with violence?" [Parenting Squad]

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