Best Money Tips: Catch a Recruiter's Eye With These Cover Letter Tips


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on cover letter tips, money-saving ideas that don't work, and getting the biggest tax write-off for your home office.

Top 5 Articles

Catch a Recruiter's Eye With These 7 Cover Letter Tips — To catch a recruiter's eye, make sure your cover letter doesn't discuss your weaknesses. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Money Mirages: 6 Money-Saving Ideas That Are Anything But — Blindly sacrificing quality in favor of low prices can end up costing you more in the long run. [Len Penzo dot Com]

Get The Biggest Tax Write-Off For Your Home Office — Do you have a legitimate home office? Don't skip writing it off out of fear of getting audited by the IRS. [Forbes]

10 Tips to Keep Your Desk Clean, Organized, & Productive — Always keep a trash can by your desk and avoid unncessesary clutter. [Time Management Ninja]

Can You Go Gluten-Free Without Hurting Your Finances? — You can go gluten-free without hurting your finances if you make your dollar stretch and know what to buy. [Mainstreet]

Other Essential Reading

When's The Best Time to Shop for a Home or Apartment? — Shopping for a home or apartment in the winter will get you a better deal but a limited selection. [Lifehacker]

Don't think college is worth it? Read this. — Recent college graduates are more likely to be employed full time than high school grads. [Ask Liz Weston]

How Not To Make A Drastic Mistake You Will Regret — Taking the time to reboot before you make a decision will help you make a decision you won't regret. [Dumb Little Man]

7 Little Mistakes that Steal Your Happiness — Ignoring what you can control can be a mistake that steals your happiness. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

12 Ways to Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week — To celebrate Random Acts of Kindness week, compliment someone and smile. [Parenting Squad]

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