Best Money Tips: Ways to Kickstart Your Inner Cheapskate

By Ashley Jacobs on 21 January 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on kickstarting your inner cheapskate, maximizing charity donations, and why you didn't get a promotion.

Top 5 Articles

26 Ways To Kickstart Your Inner Cheapskate — To kickstart your inner cheapskate, learn things online and give up junk food. [And Then We Saved]

4 Ways to Maximize Your Charity Donations — If you want to maximize your charity donations, go local. [Money Smart Life]

8 Reasons Why You Didn't Get That Promotion — You may not have gotten promoted because you aren't visible enough. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How To Put Together A More Functional And Organized Home Office — Cutting down on clutter and having plenty of storage can make your home office more functional and organized. [Bible Money Matters]

8 Kitchen Gadgets That Make Your Life Easier — A food chopper and digital timer will make your life easier in the kitchen. [Parenting Squad]

Other Essential Reading

8 ways to save at spas — To save money at the spa, look for package deals and make the most of your visit by using the facilities available to you. [Living on the Cheap]

Your Measuring Stick for Financial Success — When measuring financial success, remember that only you can measure your success. [The Simple Dollar]

7 Ways Renters Can Reduce Heating Costs — Installing weatherstripping on outside doors and opening curtains are a couple ways for renters to reduce their heating costs. [Stapler Confessions]

Traditional and Roth IRA Contribution Limits - 2014 & Historic — In 2014, people 49 and under can contribute $5,500 to their IRA. [Cash Money Life]

Advice from the Trenches of New Motherhood — If you are a new mom, accept help when it's offered and ask when it's necessary. []

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