Best Money Tips: Money Management Tips for Couples


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles with tips on money management for committed couples, frugal ways to fight the flu, and calendar mistakes you may be making.

Top 5 Articles

Money Management Tips for Committed Couples — Start talking about money when you start imagining a long-term future together. [Experian]

10 Frugal Ways to Fight the Flu — Protect yourself and your family by getting flu shot. It's free for those with insurance; if you don't have coverage, Walgreens is offering 400,000 free-shot vouchers on a first-come, first-served basis. [Money Talks News]

Are You Making These 5 Calendar Mistakes? — To stay productive, turn down meeting or appointment requests when they don't align with your available time or priorities. [Time Management Ninja]

45 Life Lessons Written By a "90-Year-Old Woman" — Regina Brett, aged 54, has some sage advice: "Be eccentric now. Don't wait for old age to wear purple." [PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Money Mistakes We Hear Every Day and How to Avoid Them — If you come across words you don't know, take the time to look them up. This is especially important if it's on a financial agreement you're about to sign. [StepChange MoneyAware]

Other Essential Reading

How Much Do You Trust Your Real Estate Agent? — If you don't already have a real estate agent in mind, see if your friends and family can recommend someone that they have worked with and trust. [Bible Money Matters]

4 Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before Purchasing a Daily Deal — Before you jump on that awesome daily deal, scour the fine print for anything that would make the deal more trouble (and costly) than it's worth. [Mint Life]

Can’t Contribute More to Your IRA? Consider an HSA Instead — The funds in a health savings account can go to non-traditional health care expenses, as well as directed to other purposes if necessary. [Financially Poor]

The End of Saturday Morning Cartoons and Why It Doesn’t Matter — Your kids still have access to fun, educational programming with PBS and children's shows on Netflix. [Parenting Squad]

Act Fast: 7 Things to Do When Your Wallet Is Missing — If you had an ATM/debit card in your missing wallet, your first call should be to that bank or card issuer. [Daily Worth]

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