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5 Reasons Tax Prep Software May Be Right for You

I’ve been doing my own taxes for about 5 years now. Even as my needs have changed (I’ve gone from a simple 1040EZ to a more complex small business partnership structure), I’ve fou

Best Money Tips: Do These Things in Your 30s to Be a Millionaire By 40

Today we found articles on things to do in your 30s to be a millionaire by 40, ways to make your produce last longer, and cheap and easy Halloween costumes for kids and adults.

Best Money Tips: How to Resell Dollar Store Goods

Today we found articles on two tricks to help you resell anything from a dollar store, states to avoid in retirement, and how to disagree without getting angry.

Best Money Tips: Cost Effective Things to Do This Memorial Day

Today we found some amazing articles on cost effective things to do this Memorial Day, saving on moving, and affordable wedding venues.

Best Money Tips: How to Host a Thanksgiving Dinner on the Cheap

Today we found articles on tactics for an inexpensive Thanksgiving meal, ways to make hundreds at your next yard sale, and online sources for the best Black Friday deals.

Best Money Tips: Avoid These Retailer Tricks on Black Friday

Today we found articles on trick that retailers will try to use on Black Friday, ways to recover from a bad first impression, and tips to help you save money at hotels.

Best Money Tips: Little Known Uses for Fruit Peels, Shells, and Seeds

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we give you some useful tips for repurposing fruit sk

Best Money Tips: 9 Good Reasons to Can Your Own Food

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we tell you why canning is the real deal, how to find "super-secret" stadium deals, and how to encourage a capitalist kid!

Just Saving More Is Not the Answer

Whenever I write about calculating how much money you need to retire, some people disagree strongly with the whole idea that there is such a figure. One told me, "The only correct

Best Money Tips: Be More Effective Using Best-By Dates

Today, we give you a workplace use for "best-by" dates, tips to do more with less work, advice on public speaking, and ideas for a green Halloween!

Best Money Tips: Things You Can Do To Find Your Calling

Today we found some amazing articles on things you can do to find your calling, protecting your child's identity, and vices that can ruin your finances.

7 Fresh Veggies You Can Grow From Kitchen Scraps

Don't discard those onion tops or avocado seeds! Plant them in your garden instead and grow your own.

80 Small Business Twitterers You Should Be Following

Twitter is one of the best places to network and discover new business insights. We've compiled a list of some of the best and brightest minds in the small business Twitterspher

Best Money Tips: 12 Surprising Lottery Facts

Today we found articles on lottery facts that may surprise you, mind and behavioral tricks that help you save, and how to upcycle an old filing cabinet into garden storage.

Best Money Tips: 8 Flash Sale Sites That Offer Great Travel Deals

Today we found articles on flash sale travel sites for your next trip, 100 things you can compost, and how exchanging names can encourage cooperation.

Minimizing the IRS' Share of a Sale

There are ways to minimize the tax burden that goes along with selling a business, allowing you to keep more of the money you've earned over the years.

Questions to Answer Before You Get a New Vehicle for Your Business

If you're in the market for a new vehicle that you plan to use at least in part for business, you'll want to make certain decisions before you shop.

Noncompete Clauses for Business Owners

The terms of a noncompete clause, which are often referred to as "covenants not to compete," can vary.

Investing in Your Community Will Boost Your Sales

No matter where you are based, your company is part of the local community. Your community and your customers are not mutually exclusive.

6 Tips to Firewall Your Attention and Boost Productivity

It can be a sobering experience to look back on our day and see how little time we actually spent working on things that mattered. Here are ways to firewall our attention.