Best Money Tips: Make These 7 Moves to Retire Early

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on smart moves for early retirement, how to have a tailgating party indoors, and ways to save money on a family vacation.

Top 5 Articles

7 Smart Moves For Reaching Your Early Retirement Goals — Aim to save 10% of your income to put into an emergency fund. When that's fully-funded, save 10% of your income for a retirement account. [Save The Bills]

How to Have a Backyard Tailgating Party Without a Backyard — No grill? No problem! Cook on a grill plan to get the same tailgating flavors. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Follow These 5 Tips to Save Money on a Family Vacation — Planning your itinerary in advance will allow you to take advantage of Groupon and LivingSocial deals for the activities you want to do. [Frugal Village]

8 Reasons Why That Pinterest Recipe Failed — When a recipe says to use parchment paper…use it! Parchment paper prevents sticking and ensures even cooking. [Moms Need to Know]

How to Save Money on Thanksgiving Day — Look for discounted turkey deals. Some stores may even offer a free turkey if you spend over a certain amount on groceries in a single trip. [Get Rich Slowly]

Other Essential Reading

10 Ways Frugal Living Prepares You for an Emergency — When you live frugally, you improvise and find ways to reuse or repurpose the things you already have. This is an important skill to have during an emergency when your resources are limited. [Lazy Man and Money]

7 Thoughtful Ways To Raise Non-Materialistic Children — Christmas (and other holidays) is not an excuse to overindulge your children. Rein in the gifts and find ways to celebrate the true spirit of the season without overspending. [Seed Time]

5 Tips to Makeover Your Bathroom without Breaking the Bank — Don't replace dingy or outdated bathroom cabinets if the frame is still good. You can replace just the doors and reface the visible surfaces to update the look. [Couple Money]

35 Bartering & Swapping Sites: Best Places to Trade Your Stuff Online — You can trade pretty much anything online, from cars and houses to a wide range of services. [Money Pantry]

7 Ideas You Can Use to Save on Your Taxes — Invest in education. The money you put toward tuition or saving for your children’s college education is usually tax deductible. [Everything Finance]

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