Best Money Tips: 10 Habits for Financial Stability

By Amy Lu on 10 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on habits to develop for financial stability, hacks for saving money at Starbucks, and things you've been doing wrong all your life.

Top 5 Articles

10 Habits to Develop for Financial Stability and Success — One good habit is to pay bills as soon as they come in or, better yet, have them paid automatically. [MoneyMiniBlog]

11 Hacks for Saving Money at Starbucks (Starbucks Addicts Will Love #10!) — Get a free cup of coffee for every empty Starbucks coffee bag you bring to the stores. [Money Pantry]

 40 Things You've Been Doing Wrong All Your Life — Store your cake or cookies with a slice of bread to keep them soft and moist. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Eight Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing in Anything — Ask yourself these questions to decide if an investment is worth your money. [The Simple Dollar]

5 Renting Myths Debunked — You aren't necessarily stuck with an apartment until the end of your lease. Many states have landlord and tenant acts that allow tenants to break their lease without penalty under specific instances. [The Allstate Blog]

Other Essential Reading

7 Weird Diet Trends That Could Do More Harm Than Good — You won't get the nutrients you need if you eliminate certain food groups entirely. It's important to dip into each food group every day. [Productivity Theory]

How to Invite People to Do Things Without Being Awkward About It — Keep a dual perspective and think about what the other person enjoys. You're more likely to get a yes if you invite them to do something you both like. [The Art of Manliness]

Is technology more distracting than helpful on the road? New study says, yes. — Automakers say built-in technology increases safety, but new studies show that the increasingly complicated systems are demanding more of the driver's attention and compromising safety. [The Christian Science Monitor]

The Importance of Investing in Your 20's and How to Get Started — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on why it's important to invest in your 20's and ways to get started. [Experian]

Solutions For When Your Budget Just Won't Stretch — Unless you need your car for business, sell it for some quick cash and immediate savings. [Pinching Pennies]

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