Best Money Tips: How to Resell Dollar Store Goods

By Amy Lu on 1 November 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on two tricks to help you resell anything from a dollar store, states to avoid in retirement, and how to disagree without getting angry.

Top 5 Articles

Resell Anything From Dollar Stores With These Two Tricks — You can individual parts at a dollar store and then sell them as bundled sets for maximum profit. [Flipping Income]

3 States to Avoid in Retirement — These states are the worst places to retire in based on living costs, taxes, and other factors important to retirees. [Kiplinger]

How To Disagree Without Getting Angry — Focus on expressing your own thoughts instead of trying to attack the views of the other person. [Productivity Theory]

These two features help men's dress shoes last forever — High-quality shoes can be expensive, but they'll last years (even decades!) longer than a cheaper pair. [The Monitor]

The Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Kids — It's important to talk to your kids about money early on. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on the most important money lessons to teach kids at every age. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

How to Get Your Sh*t Together When You’re Feeling Stagnant — Adapt healthy habits, like cooking at home and exercising regularly. It makes a huge difference when you make an effort to take care of yourself. [PopSugar Smart Living]

You Can Build a Fortune on a Small Income — It's entirely possible to build a fortune if you save even a modest amount for a long time. [Free Money Finance]

How to Protect Your Parked Car on a Questionable Street — Engage the emergency brake to make it harder for thieves to roll your car away.  [Money Reasons]

A Budget Guide for Every Income – Boost Your Wallet With These Budgeting Tips — Here are three ways to build a budget that works for you. [Money Q&A]

What to Do With All That Halloween Candy — Allowing your kids unfettered access to their Halloween candy is a recipe for toothache. Set guidelines for when they can eat the candy and how much. [Parenting Squad]

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