Best Money Tips: Ideas to Make Money on the Weekend

By Ashley Jacobs on 4 March 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on ideas to make money on the weekend, tactics to avoid wasting food, and money-saving tax tips for parents.

Top 5 Articles

37 Easy Ideas To Make Money On The Weekend — To make money on the weekend, tutor students and recycle. [And Then We Saved]

Seven Tactics to Avoid Wasting Food — Avoid wasting food by using a grocery list and meal plan. [The Simple Dollar]

8 Money-Saving Tax Tips for Parents — If you are a parent, take advantage of the child tax credit and higher education credits during tax season. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Turning Your Hobby into a Job — When turning your hobby into a job, be aware of the cost of your materials and find items that sell well. []

Lending money to loved ones: a realist's guide — Use your head as well as your heart when you lend money to loved ones. [Money Blue Book]

Other Essential Reading

4 ways to deal with old electronics — Deal with old electronics by giving it to charity. [Living on the Cheap]

How Long Should I Keep Financial and Tax Records? — You should hold onto a paper copy or receipt of any tax-relevant financial exchange. [Free Money Finance]

How to Spot Work From Home Scams — If you get an unsolicited email to work from home, chances are it's a scam. [Retire by 40]

5 Advantages to Using Automatic Investment Plans — Using an automatic investment plan helps you save on commissions and fees. [Cash Money Life]

14 Manners That Are Nice to See in Kids — It is nice to see kids who don't interrupt and that eat quietly. [Parenting Squad]

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