Best Money Tips: Pieces of Money Advice That Are Always True

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on pieces of money advice that are always true, things you need to stop expecting from other people, and money-saving hobbies that will prep your budget for the holidays.

Top 5 Articles

7 Pieces of Money Advice That Are Always True — Discounts and sales allow you to save money, but you'll save the most money by not buying anything. [Cult of Money]

5 Things You Need To Stop Expecting From Others — You may think you know someone, but people will always surprise you. Stop expecting people to fit your idea of who they are. [Life Upgrade]

6 Money-Saving Hobbies to Prepare Your Budget for the Holidays — Check out in-store classes and workshops at your local craft or hardware store. These community classes tend to be fun, unique, and very affordable.  [Everything Finance]

How to Respond to the Salary Question — Job seekers are often stumped when asked for their salary requirements. They don’t want to start too low, but a number that’s too high can make a potential employer nervous. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Attentional Bias: Why You Talk Yourself Into Buying the Thing You’re Obsessing Over in Your Head… and How to Stop It — Attentional bias can lead you to overinflate the positive traits of an item so that you feel you just HAVE to have it. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

6 divorce tax tips in the wake of the Brangelina split — The timing of a divorce will affect the ex-couple's filing status.  If the divorce drags on and it isn’t finalized by the last day of the tax year, the IRS will consider you still married even though you’re trying to separate. [Don't Mess With Taxes]

5 Legal Hurdles Every New Business Must Face — Make sure that none of your business content violates another person's intellectual property. On the flip side make sure that your business's intellectual property is protected. [Stack The Chips]

4 Steps That Change Your Life From Chaos to Happiness — Organize things by they way you live. You're more efficient when the items you need are available when you need them. [Get Organized Wizard]

3 Steps to Silencing the Inner Critic — Challenge your thoughts! It'll take some practice, but when you stack up the evidence against your inner critic, it'll lose its power over you. [Wake Up Cloud]

5 Reasons You Should Get Involved in the PTA at School — Being involved at your child's school allows you to see what goes on behind the scenes and how issues are handled. With this knowledge, you'll know how to impact the school's culture. [Parenting Squad]

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