Best Money Tips: How to Save $10,000 in a Year

By Amy Lu on 21 December 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found ways to save $10,000 in a year, holiday habits that train your wallet, and scientific ways to raise healthy and happy kids.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save $10,000 This Year — Commit to a month of no spending. You'll be able to save a ton if you're able to do four month-long spending freezes throughout the year. [Living Well Spending Less]

6 Holiday Habits That Drain Your Wallet — You may be tempted to splurge on a new outfit to wear to that fancy holiday party, but before you do, make sure it's really worth it! It's cheaper to invest in a little black dress and accessories to go with it. [Listen Money Matters]

6 Ways Science Says You Can Make Kids Healthy and Happy — Kids who are exposed to pets and farm animals in their first year are less likely to develop childhood asthma. [Money Talks News]

Ten ways to celebrate community through food — Host a food tasting! You can feature foods that are in-season and locally grown. [The Monitor]

6 Tricks to Save on Winter Spending — Cook from scratch whenever possible because prepared foods are generally marked up by 40%! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

6 Little Tips For A Happier Life! — Don't get dragged into other people's drama. Remind yourself: "Not my circus, not my monkeys." [Lifehack]

7 Qualities For Success That Are Often Neglected — Innovation will help you stand out and stay ahead of your competitors. [Life Hacks Magazine]

3 Excellent Tips on Solving Money Problems — Your spending may be out of control because it's easy to pay with credit and lose track of how much you're actually spending. So leave your credit cards at home and start carrying cash only. [Dinks Finance]

What to Do With Your Kids' Christmas Cash — Use this opportunity to teach them about money management. One good use of the cash is to put it towards a big-ticket item that they've been eyeing. [Parenting Squad]

5 Signs Your Accountant is Shady — You better watch out if your accountant encourages you to fudge the numbers! [Due.com]

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