Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Money This Week

By Ashley Jacobs on 28 May 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to make money this week, finding the right fit in a job, and ways you are wasting money at the grocery store.

Top 5 Articles

15 Ways to Make Money This Week — To make money this week, have a garage sale or sell plants from your garden. [Kylie Ofiu]

Finding the Right Fit in a Job — 42% of people think "cultural fit" is the most important factor in determining whether or not to make a hire. [MainStreet]

19 Ways You're Wasting Money at the Grocery Store — If you aren't using a reusable shopping bag or not checking your receipt, you may be wasting money at the grocery store. [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Common Money-Saving Sabotages and How to Get Around them — Instead of using the money you saved to buy something else, put your savings into a savings account. [Frugal Confessions]

Why Most Experts Suggest Delaying Social Security — Delaying social security increases the payout you'll receive. [Oblivious Investor]

Other Essential Reading

Want to Start a Career? Consider Moving to One of These Cities — Moving to Austin or Denver is a good move if you are thinking about starting a career! [Money Smart Life]

Wednesday Welcome: Making a Living, Flip by Flip — When making a living flipping houses, figure out financing and be known as one of the good guys. [Jean Chatzky Making Money Make Sense]

You Shouldn't Make Your Financial Decisions Based On Financial Gurus' Advice — Since most financial gurus give general advice not tailored to your unique situation, you shouldn't make decisions based on their advice. [Bible Money Matters]

Five Tips for Getting Started on Etsy — If you are interested in selling on Etsy, find your niche and learn how to compete. [Money Saving Enthusiast]

11 Alternative Uses for Cookie Cutters — Have you ever used cookie cutters to make crayons? [Parenting Squad]

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