Best Money Tips: Small and Big Ways to Save Money

By Ashley Jacobs on 13 January 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on small and big ways to ave money, working out on a budget, and financial to-dos for 2014.

Top 5 Articles

80 Small and Big Ways to Save Money This Year — Being aware of bank fees and entertaining indoors can help you save money this year.[PopSugar Smart Living]

10 Ways to Work Out on a Budget — To work out on a budget, take advantage of podcasts and libraries. [Bargain Babe]

10 Financial To-Dos for 2014 — In 2014, take the time to get more money in each paycheck and organize and purge your tax files. [Kiplinger]

Don't Do the 52-Week Money Challenge (At Least Not Their Way) — If you want to do the 52-week money challenge, save a decreasing instead of increasing amount each week. [Pocket Your Dollars]

10 Reasons You're a Target for Identity Theft — You may be a target for identity theft if you never change your passwords or you don't shop on secured sites. [Money Talks News]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways to Get Your Finances in Shape This Year — Get your finances in shape this year by reviewing your insurance and estate plan. [Credit Sesame]

Why Toilet Paper Was the Best Thing I Got for Christmas This Year — Next time you have trouble shopping for someone for the holidays or their birthday, go back to the basics and buy them something they need in their day-to-day life. [Bargaineering]

8 Ways to Help Improve Your Child's Vocabulary — Encouraging storytelling can help build and improve your child's vocabulary. [Lifehacker]

Successful Retirement Planning Is About Starting Early — Young investors should be aggressive in their investments when saving for retirement. [One Cent at a Time]

Organization Inspiration: Tips and Resources for Getting Organized in 2014 — If you want to get organized in 2014, get your kids involved and stay motivated. [Parenting Squad]

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