Best Money Tips: Have Fun and Save Money on Valentine's Day

By Amy Lu on 30 January 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to have fun and save money on Valentine's Day, characteristics of the millionaire next door, and practical budgeting tips.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save Money on Valentine’s Day and Still Have Fun — 23 Ways — Boxes of fancy chocolate can get expensive. Instead, make your own candy from molds and personalize them for your special someone. [Free From Broke]

Seven Characteristics of the Millionaire Next Door — Most millionaires had to work hard to create the opportunity that led to their success. [Wealthy Turtle]

2 Practical Budgeting Tips to Manage Your Money Better — One way to organize your finances better is to budget with three main categories in mind: giving and saving, bills, and other expenses. [Christian PF]

How to Keep Your Car Maintenance Bills Low — See if the repairs you need can be covered by the warranty. Even used cars may have a parts and labor warranty if you bought it at a dealership.

20 DIY Boards on Pinterest you Need to Follow Right Now — Real Simple's Pinterest board is full of original content on crafting, cooking, and decorating. [Don't Pay Full]

Other Essential Reading

8 Free Ways to Turn a Bad Day Around — Add a bit of rosemary to your dinner. This aromatic herb is known for stimulating energy levels, improving memory, and relieving headaches and mental fatigue. [Retired By 40]

Is It Ever OK to Apply for Multiple Positions at One Company? — Be realistic. Only apply for the positions that you qualify for, and make sure to tailor your resume for each position. [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Money Mistakes Most 20‑Somethings Make — Pursuing higher education can be a waste of time and money if you don't have a plan. [The Simple Dollar]

Do Your Kids Need to File Taxes? — If your child earns interest or dividends, or has a job, be sure to check if they meet any of the requirements for filing. [My Dollar Plan]

9 Tips to Become a More Attentive Parent — If you have weekends off, make sure to save them for your family. [Parenting Squad]

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