Best Money Tips: How to Tell When You Are Passive-Aggressive

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to tell if you’re being passive-aggressive, practical advice from billionaires, and the true cost of eating out.

Top 5 Articles

7 Signs You’re Being Passive-Aggressive (and How to Stop) — Are you sabotaging your career by being passive-aggressive without realizing it? [Daily Worth]

Never Mind the Millionaires. Here’s Advice From Billionaires. — Every billionaire takes a different route to their success, but they all share common traits that anyone can use, in any field. [Bloomberg]

The True Cost of Eating Out (And How to Save) — The average American household spends about $3,000 a year dining out! [Money Under 30]

14 Must-See Spots in the US National Parks — Don’t miss these stunning spots when you visit the US’s most popular national parks! [PopSugar Smart Living]

The Alphabet Soup of Disability Income: SSDI, LTD and WC — If you’re unable to work due to a medical condition, you may be entitled to three main sources of supplemental income. Learn what they are, what they offer, and the requirements to qualify for each program. [Kiplinger]

Other Essential Reading

Surviving Until Your First Pay Day: How Do You Do It? — While you’re anxiously waiting for your paycheck, work out what money you do have to cover expenses. Getting a better sense of what you have available to spend will help you build a better budget for the month. [Punch Debt]

From peak CO2 to record-low sea ice: making sense of climate news — With so many climate milestones whizzing past, it can be difficult for average citizens to tell which indicators are important to pay attention to, or what they actually mean. [The Christian Science Monitor]

What Are Qualified Expenses For A 529 Plan (And What Doesn’t Count)? — Don’t fall into the trap of assuming a non-qualified expense is covered under a 529 plan — not all education-related expenses do! [The College Investor]

What’s the Best Measure of Financial Success? — There are few metrics you can use to help gauge your financial success, but there’s one that’s a better indicator than all the others. [Free Money Finance]

Just ask. They Might Say Yes. — You’ll be surprised how often people will say “yes” when you’re polite and willing to accept a “no.” [Matt About Money]