Best Money Tips: Home Cooking Tips for Newbie Chefs

By Amy Lu on 7 April 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on home cooking tips for newbie chefs, easy ways to strengthen your bones, and tax misunderstandings that could cost you.

Top 5 Articles

Six Simple Steps for Cooking at Home If You’ve Never Really Done It Before — A home-cooked meal may require you to use many different skills at once. Focus on mastering the basics, first, and the whole process will become easier and easier. [The Simple Dollar]

12 Easy Ways To Make Bones Stronger — Certain foods can weaken your bones by creating excess acid in your body. Limit your intake of tea, coffee, sodas, excess red meat, white flour and sugar. [easyWays]

7 tax misunderstandings that could cost you — Tax credits and tax deductions are not the same thing. Tax credits are actually more powerful because they reduce your taxes dollar for dollar. [CNN Money]

Your New Neighborhood Checklist — Here are a few things to consider when you're checking out new neighborhoods to move to. [Stretching the One Income Dollar]

12 Things You Should Know Before Traveling Across the Country on Amtrak — Don't worry too much about packing light to avoid baggage costs. Amtrak allows each passenger to take two carry-on items and check two pieces of baggage for free. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

How To Save Money On Spring Cleaning — It's easy to stuff everything into a trash bag, but you can make a little money by selling lightly-used items. [SheBudgets]

7 Good Reasons You Might Not Want to Buy a House — Don't buy a house if you need to travel a lot for work. Why spend money to keep up a home that you barely live in? [Everything Finance]

13 Things to Avoid Doing When Your Broke — Try not to use your emergency fund for nonemergency expenses. [The Fortunate Investor]

Tax Stress Got You Tense? 4 Ways to Relax — If you're worried about being able to pay your taxes on Tax Day, know that the IRS offers payment plans that will give you more time to come up with the money. [Productivity Theory]

4 Things You Must Know if You Want to Be On Time — You can't be punctual if you don't know what time it is. Stop guessing; pay attention to the clock. [The Order Expert]

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