Best Money Tips: 13 First Aid "Facts" That Aren't True

By Amy Lu on 14 July 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Kinhxaydung's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on common first aid myths, legal ways to get Netflix for free, and ways to take charge of your job interview.

Top 5 Articles

— Don't use toothpaste to soothe a burn. Toothpaste has chemicals that can be dangerous for a burn, and the paste can seal in the heat from a burn instead of cooling it down. [Cheapism]

— You probably already know about Netflix's free trial offer, but did you know that you may be able to extend the free trial beyond the first month? [Money Pantry]

— Look for non-verbal cues and hesitation — they'll tell you a lot about the openness, transparency and work environment of the organization. [Change Your Thoughts]

— If it's been some time since you've gotten off the plane, but you're still at the airport, check with your airline's baggage claim office to see if your lost item was found when the plane was cleaned. [PopSugar Smart Living]

— Scammers will often threaten that your bank, email, credit card or other accounts could be closed if you don’t respond. [The Allstate Blog]

Other Essential Reading

— Most states offer tax incentives to people who own a hybrid car. [Save The Bills]

— See if you can pursue an expat assignment with your job. If that's on the table, be sure to negotiate everything else, too. [FreeUp]

— When you feel tempted to quit, re-adjust your focus to get a clearer view of your goals. [Pick The Brain]

— Some distractions come from other people, so let family, friends, or co-workers know that you'll be busy and that you don't want to be interrupted. [Time Management Ninja]

— Use online tools to spend more time together. You can have date nights where you play games, watch a movie, or even have dinner — via video chats! [easyWays]

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