Best Money Tips: Save Over $15,000 a Year

By Ashley Jacobs on 2 July 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on how to save over $15,000 a year, things to remove from your resume, and avoiding financial scams.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save Money — Over $15,000 a Year — Menu planning and eating what you already have are a couple ways to help you work towards saving $15,000 a year. [Money Circle]

9 Things to Remove From Your Resume Right Now — Remove short-lived jobs and mission statements from your resume. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]

7 Tips on How to Avoid Financial Scams — Being skeptical and using common sense can help you avoid financial scams. [Christian PF]

Should Parents Help Their Kids Pay for College? — When parents are deciding whether or not they should help their kids pay for college, they have to consider their retirement savings first. [Bible Money Matters]

How to Figure Out What You Want in Life — To figure out what you want in life, start by asking yourself what you'd do if money were no object. [More Than Money]

Other Essential Reading

Wednesday Welcome: What One Man Did When His Wife Quit Her Job — Are you thinking about starting a business? Remember, you don't have to hit a home run to make money. [Jean Chatzky Making Money Make Sense]

When To Consider Quitting Your Side Job — If you are thinking about quitting your side job, evaluate whether your side job is holding you back from moving up the corporate ladder. [Sweating the Big Stuff]

4 Steps to Figuring Out Which Savings Goal to Start Save for First — When determining which savings goal to save for first, start by covering your savings musts. [Frugal Confessions]

Basic Tools for Every New Cook — Every new cook should have a big pot for cooking pasta and mixing bowls. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

How to Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July — Make your 4th of July a safe one by having water nearby when dealing with fireworks. [Parenting Squad]

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