Best Money Tips: How to Solve the Biggest Holiday Problems

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to solve the biggest holiday problems, subscription gifts that keep on giving, and free ways to invest in yourself.

Top 5 Articles

Your Biggest Holiday Problems Solved — Did you forget to buy someone a gift? Keep a few wrapped presents around to smooth over those awkward gift situations. [Living Well Spending Less]

These 5 Subscriptions Make Perfect Gifts That Keep on Giving — Subscription gifts are easy for you to give and easy for recipients to use. [Money Talks News]

7 Free Ways to Invest in Yourself — Most college and university courses cost money, but you can take free online courses and workshops to expand your knowledge base and learn new skills. [Everything Finance]

Helpful Ways to Stop a Panic Attack Right in Its Tracks — Oftentimes, the first sign if a panic attack is the feeling that you can’t breathe. Slowly breathing in and out will give you something to focus on and remind you that you’ll be OK. [PopSugar Smart Living]

These Buyer Incentives Will Get Your Home Sold Fast — Offering a home warranty can provide the potential buyer with some peace of mind and help you close the deal. [Wealthy Turtle]

Other Essential Reading

How to Save Money in a Relationship — Sharing expenses with someone you trust, whose spending and savings styles match yours, can be a huge financial benefit to both parties in the relationship. [Don’t Pay Full]

Never Be Short On Cash Again — Prevention is cheaper than repair. Make the time and effort to clean and maintain your stuff, especially the biggies like your home and car. [Pinching Pennies]

20 Sites That Will Pay You to Read Books — You can get paid in cash or books when you write book reviews for some of these sites. [Well Kept Wallet]

14 Healthier Ways to Spend Black Friday — Skip the mall and head for a cultural event at a concert hall, local theater, or community center. [Mark’s Daily Apple]

20 countries agree to end coal use by 2030 — The Powering Past Coal alliance aims to phase out coal and cut carbon emissions by 2030, in keeping with the Paris agreement. [The Christian Science Monitor]