Best Money Tips: Things to Get Done Before Year-End

By Ashley Jacobs on 25 December 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on things to get done before year-end, bouncing back from a financial slip up, and financial New Year's resolutions.

Top 5 Articles

15 Things to Get Done Before Year-End — Before the year is over, get your free credit report and make donations. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Bouncing Back From A Financial Slip Up — When bouncing back from a financial slip up, start by pinpointing where you went wrong. [Bible Money Matters]

5 Financial New Year's Resolutions — Consider making one of your New Year's resolutions lowering your monthly bills. [Bargain Babe]

Let's Talk Christmas Tree Costs: Real Vs. Fake — Did you know it's pretty much a wash when it comes to the cost of a real Christmas tree versus a fake one? [And Then We Saved]

6 Ways I Learned to Save Money on Groceries in College — Making your own food and keeping eggs in the fridge are just a couple good ways to keep grocery expenses low. [Budget and the Beach]

Other Essential Reading

Can You Be Too Cautious About Spending Money? — Does spending money make you anxious? You may want to seek help if it does. [Ask Liz Weston]

Welcome Wednesday: A New Career In The New Year — When looking for a new career, increase your income while lowering your expenses. [Jean Chatzky Making Money Make Sense]

The Most Common Investing Mistake-Not Knowing What's in Your 401(k) — One of the best things you can do for your investments is understanding the investments you own. [Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance]

9 Edible Holiday Decorations — Did you make gingerbread houses this year? Enjoy eating them once the holidays are over! [Parenting Squad]

Busted Your Holiday Budget? 3 Tips To Get Back on Track. — If you went over your budget this holiday season, consider donating excess gifts you purchased. [Stapler Confessions]

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