Best Money Tips: Get Ahead on Next Year's Taxes

By Amy Lu on 3 February 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found ways to get ahead on next year’s taxes, job hunting tips for moms who want to work from home, and amazing ways to use balloons.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Get Ahead on Next Year’s Taxes — Start putting all the documents you'll need in a shoebox or accordion folder, or make it a habit to scan your paper receipts. [Daily Worth]

Job Hunting Tips for Mothers Who Want to Work From Home — Use a calendar and spreadsheet to plan and track your job hunting activity. [Bargain Briana]

23 Amazing Ways to Use Balloons — You can use balloons to make chocolate cups, then fill the cups with other tasty treats! [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Tax Breaks for the Middle Class — Do you know about the Saver's Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax Credit? [Kiplinger]

Valentine's Day prices for roses are already going through the roof — The average price of a dozen roses has risen over 12% since January 1st. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

When Putting Yourself First May Be The Least Selfish Thing You Can Do — Paying attention to your own self-care allows you to give, do, and be more for other people. [Dumb Little Man]

Date Night Prep: 10 Money-Saving Tips — Before setting plans for a date, search for deals on food, events, and activities in your area. [Cheapism]

What To Know Before Adopting Your First Pet — Adopting a pet is a big commitment, especially considering the time and structure needed to train them properly. You need to be ready to care for them even through big changes in your life, like having kids or relocating for work. [Frugal Beautiful]

Essential Tips For Finding The Best Property — There are many factors to consider when you're house hunting. Make sure you know what your daily commute would be like, and it's a good idea to check the crime statistics for that area. [Financially Poor]

How to Create a DIY Project Runway for Your Kids — Having your own Project Runway competition is a great way for kids to stretch their creative muscles. [Parenting Squad]

 

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