Best Money Tips: Extreme Ways to Save Money

By Ashley Jacobs on 5 April 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on extreme ways to save money, habits of effective interviews, and things to buy in spring for deep discounts.

Top 5 Articles

5 Extreme Ways to Save Money — Save money by becoming a house sitter. This way, you don't have to pay rent! [Moolanomy]

10 Habits of Highly Effective Interviews — Next time you interview, be sure you are effective by showing that you know the company you are interviewing with. [Dough Roller]

5 Things to Buy in Spring for Deep Discounts — Get discounts on ski gear by buying it in the spring. [LifeTurner]

The Things Wealthy People Do — Want to be wealthy? Be sure to save and invest regularly. [Money Crush]

8 crucial tips for last-minute tax filers — If you are filing your taxes last minute, be sure you stay aware of deadlines. [Prism Money]

Other Essential Reading

Creative Ways To Fight Debt: A Debtor's Advice — When fighting debt, try begging creatively. [The Digerati Life]

Unconventional (Cheap) Advertising Ideas for a Tough Economy — Are you trying to save money on advertising expenses? Then try getting a magnetic sign for your car for advertising purposes. [Frugal Dad]

8 Outrageous Executive Perks — Ever wanted to be an executive? Maybe the incentive of a $2 million birthday party will motivate you to work harder. [Kiplinger]

How to Combat Speech Delays — Combat speech delays by repeating and reinforcing. [Parenting Squad]

3 Ways To Better Focus At Work — Stay focused at work by writing down everything you have to do. [Christian PF]

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