Best Money Tips: March Family Shopping Guide

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on what to buy in March, strategies for successful spring cleaning, and amazing meals that you can make for $5 or less.

Top 5 Articles

March Family Shopping Guide: What to Buy Now — March is National Frozen Foods Month, so stock up your freezer by combining sales and coupons. [Parenting Squad]

3 Must Do Strategies for Successful Spring Cleaning — You don't need to tackle spring cleaning all by yourself. Get the whole family involved! [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Make These 86 Amazing Meals For $5 or Less — An easy black bean salad will add some crunch to your day, while delicious panko-crusted fish over kale makes for the perfect post-workout meal. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Taxes 101: What to Know Before Filing — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET to learn all about taxes and what you need to know before filing. [Experian]

13 Financial Advisors Share the WORST Financial Mistakes They Have Ever Seen — Are you making one of these mistakes with your investments, budget, insurance, or retirement? [Good Financial Cents]

Other Essential Reading

Eleven necessities for budget hiking trips — Nicks and cuts are common when you're out hiking. A lightweight, general first aid kit will keep you covered! [The Monitor]

18 Money-Saving Tips for Experienced Homebuyers — Need some help with the homebuying process? Book an appointment with a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development counselor for free professional advice. [Cheapism]

12 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress Now — When you're stressed, it may feel like you don't have a handle on the things you need to do. Making a list can help you feel in control and ensures that you won't forget anything. [Living Well Spending Less]

New Parents? Important Tax Tips Not To Overlook — Be sure to check if you qualify for these credits and deductions. [Save The Bills]

Health Savings Accounts: The Benefits And Possible Retirement Options — Health Savings Accounts are designated for medical expenditures, but they can also be used like traditional IRAs. [The Frugal Toad]

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