Best Money Tips: Simple Strategies to Save on Everything

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on simple ways to save on everything, what you must know about tax preparers, and how to prevent the flu from spreading.

Top 5 Articles

15 Simple, Proven Strategies to Save on Every Purchase — Generic, store-brand products are almost always less expensive than their name-brand counterparts. [Money Talks News]

6 Things You Must Know About Tax Preparers — A good tax preparer will ask questions about your personal situation and will be straightforward about their rates. [Kiplinger]

Cleaning Tips for Your Home: How to Help Prevent Flu From Spreading — Someone with the flu will likely be spending a lot of time in bed. If that's you, make sure to wash your bedding and towels in hot water to get rid of any germs. [The Allstate Blog]

Embracing the Thrift-Store Ethic: 18 Top Tips for Buying Used Clothes — Always examine each item thoroughly. You wouldn't want to discover a hole or missing button in your new shirt after you bought it. [Get Rich Slowly]

How to Save Money on Travel: 10 Smart Accommodation Options That Save You Hundreds — Farm stays offer a unique lodging experience, usually in rustic and rural areas. Plus, you get to hang out with the animals! [Penny Hoarder]

Other Essential Reading

50 Cheap or Free Ways to Show Your Love on Valentine's Day — You don't need to spend a lot to make Valentine's Day special. Just spend the day together: go on a picnic, stargaze, or recreate your first date. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Benefits to Joining Your Local Library — You can find many enriching programs at a public library, including free music programs, story times, and craft hours. [Parenting Squad]

Take Back Your Vacation! — Not taking vacation time is bad for you AND your employer. [Listen Money Matters]

How I Save Money on All Types of Sporting Events — Park a few blocks away from the event. You'll get some exercise and save on parking! [MoneyNing]

Past Due Again? It's Time To Deal With Your Debts — Getting a handle on your debts isn't as hard as you may think. Start by making a list of everything you owe, then make separate lists of your daily living costs and your income streams. [Money Problems]

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