Best Money Tips: Raise Money-Smart Kids

By Ashley Jacobs on 11 April 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on rearing money-smart kids, cultivating your X-factor, and making life insurance more affordable.

Top 5 Articles

How to rear money-smart kids — Teaching kids the difference between wants and needs can help them become money-smart. [Five Cent Nickel]

Cultivate your X-factor before it's too late — To cultivate your x-factor, moonlight until you gain momentum. [Get Rich Slowly]

5 Ways to Make Life Insurance More Affordable — Buying young and living healthy can make life insurance more affordable. [Cash the Checks]

Money Hiding Spots From The Great Depression — Hiding money in cabinets or the attic are just a couple places people hid their money during The Great Depression. [Three Thrifty Guys]

Grocery Tips: Stock Up on Staples to Spend Less — Basing your recipes around staple ingredients can help you save money. [Money Saving Enthusiast]

Other Essential Reading

How I Made My Peace With Hiring a Housekeeper — When hiring a housekeeper, remember that everyone outsources. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Three Simple and Proven Methods to Save ENOUGH for Retirement — Maxing out a Roth IRA can help you save enough for retirement. [20's Finances]

How to Be Smart, Savvy, and On a Budget — Be smart, savvy, and on a budget by dressing for less and chopping your grocery budget. [Young Finances]

5 Free Apps You Won't Stop Talking About — Pocket and eBay are just a couple free apps you will love! [Bargain Babe]

5 Throw-Together Dinners That Are Perfect for Nights When You're Too Tired to Cook — On nights when you are too tired to cook, make crispy fish or shrimp tacos. [Parenting Squad]

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