Best Money Tips: Don't Fall for These Weight Loss Gimmicks

By Amy Lu on 4 January 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Kinhxaydung's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on weight loss gimmicks that don’t actually work, ways to recover from holiday personal finance mistakes, and how to hire a financial team.

Top 5 Articles

— Be careful if you're trying to lose weight by replacing meals with shakes and smoothies. You may be losing the wrong kind of weight! [Cheapism]

— Figure out what went wrong this year and develop a plan so you don't make the same mistake next year. [Financially Poor]

— A great place to start looking for financial professionals is to ask for recommendations from people you know, then narrow it down by checking online reviews. [Listen Money Matters]

— If you like dogs, dog-walking can be a great opportunity to earn money while doing something you love — and these sites and apps can help you break into the industry. [Money Pantry]

— Insurance is not romantic, but you'll be glad you have it when life happens. [Couple Money]

Other Essential Reading

— Start the year off right. In January, set goals that you're actually excited to be working toward. [PopSugar Smart Living]

— Before you add any security measures, do a risk assessment on your business to identify which areas of your workplace are most vulnerable and which assets require protection. [Money Soldiers]

— These simple tips can do a whole lot to change your life for the better. [Money Smart Guides]

— Each partner's financial habits and ideals will have a large impact on the life you'll be sharing. Use these questions to make sure you're on the same page before you tie the knot. [Everything Finance]

— Put the current market boom in perspective with these six questions. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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