Best Money Tips: Organize and Simplify Your Bills


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on organizing and simplifying your bills, unexpected expenses to keep in mind, and making a restaurant menu work in your favor.

Top 5 Articles

8 Easy Ways to Organize and Simplify Your Bills — When organizing and simplifying your bills, it is important to update your account settings and organize your office area. [My Dollar Plan]

Unexpected Expenses to Keep in Mind (and Avoid) in 2014 — Be pepared for expenses such as health-related bills and home or car repairs this year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Secrets To Making a Restaurant Menu Work In Your Favor — Splitting meals and drinking water can enable you to make a restaurant menu work in your favor. [The Wisdom Journal]

The one-page guide to financial independence — To save money and gain financial independence, minimize your spending by reducing your use of motor vehicles and living in an area with a low cost of living. [Get Rich Slowly]

You're outsourcing wrong: 7 experts explain how to delegate the right way — If you plan on delegating your tasks to someone else, remember to be very detailed when giving instructions. [Microblogger]

Other Essential Reading

How to Rent Your Car Out for $10/Hour — Did you know websites like and can help you rent out your car for extra cash? [The Penny Hoarder]

Make a Plan for Next Year and Avoid the Holiday Budget Crunch — To prepare for the holidays, add up what you spent this last holiday season and try to save up enough money to exceed that number by 10% for the next holiday season. [Financial Highway]

Make magic happen this year — Achieve your goals this year by starting small but thinking big. [DINKS Finance]

Buying the Righ Snow Blower — A gas snowblower may be the best option for you if you have a large amount of snow you need to move. [Five Cent Nickel]

Stuff We Love: Graco Pack 'n Play — If you have a newborn or your baby just started crawling, the Graco Pack 'n Play may be a good investment for you! [Parenting Squad]

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