Best Money Tips: Unconventional Ways to Save on Your Wedding

By Ashley Jacobs on 11 February 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on unconventional ways to save on your wedding, furniture buying tips, and giving yourself a pay raise every year.

Top 5 Articles

Unconventional Ways To Save Money On Your Wedding — Save money on your wedding by not being afraid to think outside the box and enlisting the help of everyone who can help you. [And Then We Saved]

Furniture Buying Tips — When buying furniture, ask for a 15% discount when shopping at a local retailer to save. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

How to Give Yourself a Pay Raise Every Year — To give yourself a pay raise every year, consider building a portfolio of blue chip dividend stocks. [Cash Money Life]

Ask Yourself These 4 Questions Before Doing Your Own Taxes — Before you do your own taxes, ask yourself how much time you are willing to invest in the process. [MoneyNing]

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? — If you were to end up snowed in, would you have enough food and water to get by for at least a week or two? [Money Smart Life]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways to Increase Your Portfolio's Growth — To increase your portfolio's growth, think small for big gains. [Thousandaire]

Where Can I Get IRS Tax Forms (or Where Can I File Free)? — You can get free tax forms at local IRS offices or at www.irs.gov. [Free From Broke]

11 Signs You Have Hoarding Tendencies — You may have hoarding tendencies if you take free things, such a toiletries, and never end up using them. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Keeping Seasonality In Mind When Selling Your Home — Did you know that spring time tends to be a hotter time to sell your home than other seasons? [Finance Fox]

How to Throw a Kid-Friendly, Grown-Up Party — When throwing a kid-friendly, grown-up party, have a designated kid zone. [Parenting Squad]

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