Best Money Tips: These 5 Things Make You Terrible With Money

By Amy Lu on 13 September 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the biases and fallacies that make us terrible with money, commandments that every real estate investor should live by, and steps to recover from a spending spree.

Top 5 Articles

5 Biases and Fallacies that Make Us Terrible With Money — Learn how to overcome the biases and fallacies that lead to bad financial decisions. [The Fortunate Investor]

10 Real Estate Investor Commandments — These are ten of the most important rules to follow if you want to be a successful real estate investor. [Listen Money Matters]

When You Overspend: Five Steps to Recover from a Spending Spree — Get into damage control mode right away. If you're slow to fix the problem (or you try to ignore it), your money problems will only get worse. [The Simple Dollar]

How Much Food and Water Do You Need for Emergencies? — Keep your emergency food, water, and lightweight supplies in a bag near your door that you can grab in a hurry. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Take Your Old Things From Trash to Cash — If you're willing to get a little creative, repurpose some of your things and sell them for cash. [Pinching Pennies]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways a Salesperson Can Get You to Buy — To convince you to buy, a salesperson may tell you that inventory is running low on a high demand product. [Northern Cheapskate]

Your Biggest Money Problems Solved — Learn how to resolve some of the most common money problems that people face. [Living Well Spending Less]

16 Money Making Apps to Help You Pay the Rent — These apps allow you to rake in extra cash in your spare time. [Well Kept Wallet]

How Not To Let Money Ruin Your Relationship — Figure out your respective roles in money management. Who will do the budgeting, who will do the household shopping? You should both be involved in some capacity. [iMoney]

Driverless cars could help connect aging rural communities in Japan — Elderly residents in rural communities struggle with fewer bus and taxi services as the population ages and shrinks. Self-driving buses would ensure that medical, retail, and banking services are still accessible to the elderly. [The Christian Science Monitor] 

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