Best Money Tips: How to Save Money in March

By Amy Lu on 4 March 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on how to save money in March, good goals for a more organized life, and spring gardening tips to help you save on produce.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save Money in March — Do a spring cleaning! As you go through your closets, sort out the items you no longer use and can sell for cash. [Parenting Squad]

17 Goals For a More Organized Life — Keep small items on a pegboard, which you can make it an hour, tops! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Spring Gardening 101 (Save On Veggies!) — Figure out what your plant hardiness zone number is. Knowing what and when to plant is key to your garden's success! [Shopper Strategy]

5 Tips for Starting a Side Gig While Working a Job — Know the rules at your work when it comes to side gigs. Does your contract say that you're not allowed to compete with your employer? Would they own your work under certain circumstances? [Due.com]

Managing Expensive Hobbies So They Don’t Destroy You Financially — Focus on experiences and items around your hobby that offer the most value for the dollar. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

5 Reasons Why Expensive Cars Cost More Than You Think — With a luxury car, you'll spend more on maintenance and repair, parking, insurance, and other areas. [Lazy Man and Money]

A Purchase Waiting Period Can Save You Money and Regret — We often regret impulse purchases. Give yourself some time and space to decide if the purchase is really worth it. [Clever Dude]

7 Emergencies You Think Are Emergencies But Aren’t — Home remodeling is not an emergency unless there is something structurally wrong with your house. [My Dollar Plan]

Tips on How to Downsize Your Home — Work through each room and sort your stuff into yes, no, and maybe categories. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work From Home — Do some research so that you'll be able to explain what the benefits to the company will be if you were allowed to work from home. [The Penny Hoarder]

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