Best Money Tips: How to Buy and Sell Anything Online

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to buy and sell anything online, businesses you can start without any money, and how to build a bank account firewall.

Top 5 Articles

How To Buy and Sell Anything Online For A Profit — Almost everything can be flipped for profit! Just make sure you have the tools and know-how to sell your goods. [Flipping Income]

30 Businesses You Can Start Without Any Money — There are a bunch of businesses in a variety of fields that don’t cost a dime to start. These are great options if you want to try something new. [SheBudgets]

How to Build A Bank Account Firewall — Learn how to protect your money with a firewall bank account. [Wallet Hacks]

How to Argue So You Won’t Damage Your Relationship — Before you jump into an argument, take a moment to check your emotions and gather your thoughts so you have more control over your responses. [Lifehack]

7 Tips on How to Plan a Luxury Vacation — Target cheap locations. If you save money on the flight, you can splurge a little more on hotels or activities. [MintLife]

Other Essential Reading

100+ of the Best DIY Gifts Ever — Nothing says “you’re special” like a DIY gift made from the heart! [PopSugar Smart Living]

3 Ways to Change Your Lifestyle to Save Money — Take some of the time you spend on pure entertainment and use it to improve yourself in one way or another. {Maple Money]

Get Smart About Credit with American Bankers Association — Join Experian’s #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion with the American Bankers Association on how to be smart about credit. [Experian]

How to Stick to a Diet No Matter What — Choose a diet program that has a strong track record for success. Look for customer testimonials, any stats for how many people reach (and maintain) their goals, and any support the program may offer to help dieters stay on track. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

How Trump’s tax plan could affect mortgage interest deduction — Under President Trump’s proposed tax plan, homeowners who itemize deductions could end up paying more taxes. [The Christian Science Monitor]