What could Warren Buffet teach you about personal finance? How can you take a crack at lowering your tax bill? You'll find those topics and much more in this week's Dime Roll.
Money Saving Tips:
Tax Savings for Young People by Kiplinger on DailyFinance
If you’re looking for ways to save on your tax bill (and who isn’t?), check to make sure you are taking advantage of these tax moves and deductions.
Three Easy Ways to Save Money on Beauty Products by Patty Lamberti on MoneyUnder30
Beauty products can be insanely costly, and many people rely on several different kinds. Stop shelling out all that additional cash and start implementing these tactics.
6 Ways to Make Cheap Food Taste Delish by Maryalene LaPonsie on MoneyTalksNews
Eating cheaply doesn’t have to mean resorting to Ramen for every meal. Find out how you can add flavor to other, more nutritious, ingredients.
Warren Buffet Reveals Mistake We Make When It Comes to Money by Patrick Morris on TheMotleyFool
There’s no doubt that Warren Buffet is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to investing, but what does he think are the two most important facets of personal finance? Check out this post.
Is Closing a Credit Card Good or Bad? by Janna Herron on Bankrate.com
When it comes to credit score questions, this is certainly one of the most common. It’s time to get to the real truth of the matter.
How to Afford Travel When You Want to Travel EVERYWHERE by Claire Murdough on ReadyForZero
Do you have an urge to just travel, no matter the destination? The tips in this post will help you get specific and financially plan for the adventure you’re looking for.
Food For Thought:
Can Saving Cyclically Help You Put Away More? by Kristin Wong on Bargaineering
If you’re thinking about the future in order to reach your financial goals, stop it. Apparently a new study suggests that cyclical, present-day thinking is what really gets us to take action.
The Salary You Must Earn to Buy a Home in 25 Cities by Tim Manni on HSH.com
How much would you need to earn in order to buy a home in Denver? How about Los Angeles? This list breaks it all down.