Best Money Tips: How to Prep for Next Year's Taxes

By Amy Lu on 17 April 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to prep for next year’s taxes, how to know when it’s time to move, and a three-step plan to overcome any negative situation.

Top 5 Articles

Taxes Done? 5 Ways to Prep for Next Year — Make a checklist of the documents you needed for your taxes this year. Odds are, you'll need them again next year! [Mint Life]

How Do You Know When It Is Time To Move? — Are you spending over 30% of your income on mortgage and upkeep? If so, it might be time to change your housing situation to something more affordable. [Your Smart Money Moves]

The Ultimate 3 Point Plan to Overcoming ANY Negative Circumstances — Start by detaching for your circumstances and focusing instead on your energy. [Pick the Brain]

How Many Wears Before You Need to Wash — Generally, blazers and jackets can go five to six wears before a wash is in order. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways Volunteering Can Boost Your Career! — Volunteering gives you valuable work experience, which is especially useful if you're just starting out. [Money On Trees]

Other Essential Reading

Common Ways Errors Get on Your Credit Report — Credit bureaus often use partial name or partial SSN matches to find information about an individual, so people with similar names or Social Security Numbers may have their identities mistakenly matched. [Saving Advice]

5 Popular Work From Home Ideas — A good starter job for people who want to work from home is data entry, which may include transcribing audio, entering catalog information into a program, and recording payroll. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Seven Tips for Working With a New Boss — Learn what you can about your new boss. What was their work experience, where did they live, and where did they go to school? [Thad Thoughts]

4 Spring Essentials You Need Desperately — It's wedding season! If you need formalwear, look for quality fabrics and construction and don't get too trendy. You probably want to be able to wear it again without looking too dated. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

What Parents Need to Know about Accidental Poisoning — If you think the poisoning happened by inhalation, get the poison victim to fresh air ASAP. If it was through skin contact, remove any clothing and rinse with water for 15-20 minutes. [Parenting Squad]

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