Best Money Tips: Squeeze Extra Savings Out of Your Paycheck

By Ashley Jacobs on 8 October 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on squeezing extra savings out of your paycheck, benefits of being self-motivated, and retirement planning.

Top 5 Articles

Squeeze Extra Savings Out of Your Current Paycheck — To squeeze more savings out of your current paycheck, challenge yourself to save more than you think you can. [Frugal Confessions]

Benefits of being Self-motivated — Being self-motivated can give you higher levels of personal satisfaction. [The Intentional Employee]

Retirement Planning; Spring, Spartan Race or a Marathon? — Do you think treating retirement planning like a marathon is the right way to go? [The Financial Blogger]

Use The 4 Keys of Consistency to Get Out of Debt — If you want to get out of debt, you have to be able to get back on track when you experience setbacks. [Celebrating Financial Freedom]

Important Things To Know About Debt Collectors — Did you know debt collectors cannot contact you before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m.? [Debt RoundUp]

Other Essential Reading

What Happens If I Lost My Stock Certificates — If you lose your stock certificates, contact the company that issued your certificates and ask what transfer agent they use to handle certificates. [The College Investor]

50 Ways to Feel Better About Yourself Right Now — To feel better about yourself, change up your routine or give flowers to a good friend. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How Does Seller Financing Work When Selling Your Home? — Seller financing plans tend to be shorter arrangements than traditional mortgages. [The Happy Homeowner]

How I Write My Monthly Budgets — Not sure how to make a monthly budget for yourself? Try Cait's strategy! [Blonde on a Budget]

6 Cooperative Hallowee Costume Ideas for Families — Have the whole family dress up as The Three Little Pigs this Halloween. [Parenting Squad]

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Thanks for including my article Ashley. See you at FinCon in a couple of weeks!