Best Money Tips: Financial Moves for Your 20s

By Amy Lu on 29 January 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found financial moves to make in your 20s, smart ways to use salt, and Craigslist tips that’ll improve your finances.

Top 5 Articles

7 Financial Moves to Make in Your 20s — Use your 20s to cultivate skills and education that can be useful to you down the road. [MoneyNing]

21 Smart Uses For Salt You Never Thought Of — Cheese will last longer when you wrap it in a cloth moistened with salt water [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 Life Changing Craigslist Tips That Will Improve Your Finances – Save some time and use your RSS feed to set up a continuous search. [Don't Pay Full]

8 Simple Ways to Maintain the Value of Your Car — Keep your car smelling fresh. Don't smoke in your car, let a wet pet lie on the seat, or leave your windows open while it rains. Have spare towels to cover your seats after you've had a sweaty workout. [Cheapism]

Real Simple Tips and Techniques for Cleaning Painted Walls — For everyday dirt and grime, wipe with a sponge and bucket of warm water mixed with dishwashing liquid. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

Six Awkward Money Moments and How to Prevent Them — If you are asked to take part in a wedding party and you're on a tight budget, ask about the costs upfront to avoid spending more than you can afford. [The Simple Dollar]

Major Money Mistakes: Things to Avoid When Adopting Your Frugal Way of Living — Don't try to be so frugal that you forget to enjoy yourself! [Lazy Man and Money]

Living Paycheck to Paycheck? Do THIS with Your Income Tax Refund — Use the money to benefit your family in the long run. Fix your car, the heater, or something else that desperately needs attention. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

10 home repairs and DIY fixes you can do yourself — It isn't too difficult to fix a running toilet, and it only takes about 15-20 minutes. [StepChange MoneyAware]

How to Keep Your Children Happy on the Weekends — Tackling an art project is a low-cost way to have fun with your kids on the weekends. [Parenting Squad]

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