Best Money Tips: Ways to Earn an Extra $1,000 for Christmas

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to earn an extra grand for Christmas, things to get rid of by the end of the year, and ways to earn cash for cardboard.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Earn $1000 Extra for Christmas — You've probably heard by now that you can earn cash from writing book reviews, but did you know that you can get paid to review music, too? [SheBudgets]

26 Things to Get Rid of Before the Year Ends — Kick off 2018 the right way by purging your home of these unnecessary items. [PopSugar Smart Living]

17 Ways to Sell Cardboard for Cash — Most cardboard boxes are tossed out or recycled, but with a little bit of leg work, you can make some money — and help the environment — in the process. [Well Kept Wallet]

5 Passive Income Streams You Can Set Up Today — One easy way to put your money to work is through peer-to-peer lending, where the return goes straight to you. [Everything Finance]

Host the Best Christmas Party Ever (on a budget) — Spend money where it matters — that means skipping the fancy invitations that will cost more for shipping and your guests aren't likely to keep, anyway. [Savings Lifestyle]

Other Essential Reading

Your Social Security Income Can Make or Break Your Plan – Don't Mess It Up — Making the wrong choice when claiming Social Security benefits can cost you thousands of dollars. [Kiplinger]

13 Things You Should Stop Paying For to Save Money — You can avoid these expenses because you can get the service or product for free, there are free alternatives, or you simply don't need it. [Ready To Be Rich]

Behaviors that Will Cause You to Go Broke — Don't sabotage your finances with these bad behaviors. They may not seem like a big deal…until you're broke! [Northern Cheapskate]

How to Figure Out The Right Allowance for Your Kids — Choosing the right allowance system depends on your kids' personalities and what money lessons you want them to learn. [Couple Money]

On Tybee Island, a glimpse of why flood insurance is a vexing US challenge — The damage caused by the worst hurricane season in US history has highlighted just how inadequate the National Flood Insurance Program is in its current form. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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