Best Money Tips: Cut the Cost of Raising Kids


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on cutting the cost of raising kids, if seniors should get life insurance, and organizing your money and your mind.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Cut the Cost of Raising Kids — To cut the cost of raising kids, by in bulk and use coupons when shopping for food. [Bargain Babe]

Should a Senior Like Me Worry About Getting Life Insurance? — It is a good idea for seniors to have life insurance so they can provide their spouse with a comfy retirement. [Deliver Away Debt]

Organize Your Money, Organize Your Mind — Organize your money and your mind by setting up automated payments. [And Then We Saved]

Happiness Is a Choice, Not an Ultimate Goal — Do you want to be happy? If so, think about what experiences you'd like to have, then make having those experiences your goal. [Consumerism Commentary]

5 'Holy Grails' Of Personal Finance You Need To Stop Worrying About — It's time to stop worrying about extreme couponing or how people perceive you if you are in debt. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

Other Essential Reading

How to Save Money on Flowers For Your Wedding — Save money on flowers for your wedding by getting multiple quotes and using them against each other. [Thousandaire]

5 Signs It's Time to Make the Switch From Employee to Freelancer — It may be the time to make the switch to freelancer if you are bringing in a steady income. [Careful Cents]

7 Ways to Make Overnight Guests Feel Welcome — To make your overnight guests feel welcome, put candles in their room. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Best Websites For Online Coupons — FatWallet and RetailMeNot are just a couple awesome websites to visit if you are looking for coupons. [NarrowBridge Finance]

Food Allergies: Much More Than an "Inconvenience" — Did you know the most common food allergens include fish and soy? [Parenting Squad]

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