Best Money Tips: Grow Your Net Worth by $100k in 5 Years

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on growing your net worth by $100k in 5 years, stress-reducing rituals, and the right way to brag.

Top 5 Articles

How to Grow Your Net Worth by $100k in the Next Five Years — For starters, you can increase your net worth by $30,000 over a 5-year time span just by paying an extra $500 toward your mortgage every month. [Well Kept Wallet]

6 Stress-Reducing Rituals Successful People Live By — It's really ineffective to try to do everything yourself. Successful people will reach out to their supporters when they need them. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

If You’re Going to Brag (and you should) Here’s How to Do It — It's okay to be proud of your accomplishments and to talk about them! Give some info as to what you did, but keep it short and specific. [Imperfect Spirituality]

Refresh and Clean Your Car Seats With Ease — A quick cleaning will leave your seats stain-free and smelling fresh. All you need is dish soap, washing soda, hot water, and a few tools. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Save Money By Fixing These 5 Costly Money Leaks — Contact your insurer about any changes in your life. You might be eligible for discounts or lower rates. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

7 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make During Market Selloffs — It may seem counterintuitive to buy stocks in a bear market, but this can be a good opportunity to snap up quality stocks. [Kiplinger]

5 Ways To Make Real Money With Your Car — You can earn up to $700 per month just for driving around with someone's logo on your car. [Stack The Chips]

11 Ways to Handle Your Taxes for Life’s Sticky Situations — Losing a job may put you in a lower tax bracket, and you'll be able to deduct any job search expenses. [My Bank Tracker]

7 Ways to Make Your Meetings More Efficient — Place a temporary ban on electronics to eliminate distractions. [The Order Expert]

11 Ways to Feel Closer to Your Child by Bedtime — Designate a block of time in the evening where everyone puts down their devices to focus on each other. You can play board games or just listen to music. [Parenting Squad]

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