Best Money Tips: Last-Minute Shopping Tips

By Amy Lu on 18 December 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on last-minute shopping tips, ways to beat self-doubt, and year-end tax planning tips.

Top 5 Articles

6 Last-Minute Shopping Tips for Procrastinators — If you don't have time to go shopping during the day (or you want to avoid the hectic crowds), take advantage of retailers' extended hours and shop in the late evening or early morning. [Saving Dollars & Sense]

10 Powerful Ways to Overcome Self-Doubt So You Can Move Forward in Life — Keeping a journal can give you a realistic record of your life and help you gain clarity more easily. [The Positivity Blog]

17 Tips for End of Year Tax Planning — Prepay your mortgage and real estate taxes so you can deduct them this year. [My Dollar Plan]

5 Things You Need to Do to Truly Experience the Magic of the Season — Enjoy the season indoors! Spread a throw on your living room floor and serve up picnic food on cutting boards. [PopSugar Smart Living]

15 Super Cheap Ways to Organize Your Shoes — Repurpose a bookshelf to store your shoe collection. Inexpensive IKEA shelves work great! [Don't Pay Full]

Other Essential Reading

5 Seemingly Good Things That Could Turn Out Badly For You — it's great when things work out for you on the first try, but don't expect that to be the case ever time to attempt something. You'll have failures and setbacks, but these are necessary for success. [Dumb Little Man]

4 Ways to Ensure All Advice You Read Online Ends in Action — Cultivate a sense of urgency. If you come across something you want to try, start taking action towards it now. [Pick The Brain]

4 Ways To Boost Your Financial Fitness — Knowledge is power, especially when it comes to finances. [Money Problems]

The Top 7 Mistakes New Landlords Make — Renting out property isn't just a hobby — it's a business. Treat it like one. [Money Q&A]

How to Teach Children Holiday Manners — Remind your kids to give thanks and a smile when they receive a gift, even if it's something that they may not like. The important thing is that the gift-giver thought of them and wanted to do something nice for them. [Parenting Squad]

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