Best Money Tips: Traits that Multi-Millionaires Share

By Amy Lu on 13 May 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found the traits that multi-millionaires share, over a hundred small ways to save big, and steps you can take to reduce food waste.

Top 5 Articles

10 Traits of Multi-Millionaires — Self-made millionaires are willing to go against the grain. They don't care what other people think about their ideas, and they don't allow public opinion to sway their decisions. [Well Kept Wallet]

101 Small Ways to Save Big — Check out the ethnic markets in your area. You may find fresh produce and meat at lower prices. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Ways to Reduce Food Waste — Don't try to eat too much food when you're dining out. You can share your dish with a friend or take the leftovers home. [Dinks Finance]

3 Strategies to Remodel Your Kitchen for Less — If several of your large appliances are on their last legs, consider replacing them with appliances from the same manufacturer and product line. You'll get a significant discount or rebate — and have a coordinated look. [Kiplinger]

6 Ways to Enjoy Summer Vacation and Hardly Spend a Dime — Some hostels will allow you to stay there for free if you work at the hostel part time. [Student Loan Hero]

Other Essential Reading

Style Secrets of the World’s Most Fashionable Women that Complement Any Budget — Get friendly with a tailor. If an inexpensive piece doesn't fit quite right, a tailor can alter it and make you look like a million bucks. [SheBudgets]

3 Ways to Save on Your Teen’s Car Insurance — Your car insurance company may offer you a discount for installing a tracking device that monitors speeds, braking, and location. [Blunt Money]

The Simple Lifestyle Change That Doubled My Income — This side hustler got up an hour earlier each day to work on making extra income. If you're a night owl, try staying up another hour. [The Savvy Scot]

Car Mechanics: How to Find A Great One In Your Area & Not Feel Cheated — Start by asking your neighbors for recommendations. They live in your area and would know someone local. [Thrfster]

5 Ways for Kids to Have Fun All Summer Long — Get your kids' input regarding what they would like to do this summer. If you'll be working during summer vacation and they'll be off at summer camp, ask them which ones they want to try. [Parenting Squad]

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