Best Money Tips: Factors That Can Raise Your Insurance Premiums

By Ashley Jacobs on 11 March 2013 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on factors that can raise your insurance premiums, buying high-quality low-priced furniture, and living frugal but looking rich.

Top 5 Articles

10 Factors That Can Raise Your Insurance Premiums — Did you know four cylinder cars cost less to insure than eight cylinder cars? [Kiplinger]

12 Tips for Buying High-Quality, Low-Priced Furniture — Before you purchase furniture, test the cushions and avoid nails and glue. [Money Talks News]

Living Frugal but Looking Rich — Brown bag your lunch so you can travel more. [MSN Money]

How to Ask for a Raise in a Tough Economy — When asking for a raise in a tough economy, document your accomplishments. [Bargaineering]

Living for Nothing: Ideas From Traveling That Could Be Used at Home — Typically when you travel you look for free entertainment. Try doing the same thing at home! [Frugal Zeitgeist]

Other Essential Reading

Are You Financially Prepared for a Tragedy? — To get prepared for a tragedy, prepare a living will and durable health care power of attorney. [Credit Sesame]

Why I Use a CPA to Do My Taxes — Using a CPA to do your taxes can save you 30-40 hours of work. [Free Money Finance]

What You Need to Know Before You Rent Your Place on Airbnb — Before you rent your place on Airbnb, prep your place like family is visiting. [PopSugar Smart Living]

ProSquad: When Your Preschooler Transitions Out of a Daily Nap — If your child starts transitioning away from daily naps, move his or her bedtime 20-30 minutes later to encourage resting during the day. [Parenting Squad]

10 Simple Ways to Live a Longer and Happier Life — Live a healthy, happy life by dreaming big and being physically active. [Lifehack]

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Guest's picture

Thanks for the link on my post :). I love living like a traveler at home!

Ashley Jacobs's picture

You are welcome!