These 102 money-saving tips are dead simple, which is why it never hurts to be reminded of them.
Stuff like saving 10% of what you earn, setting up an emergency fund, spending less than you earn, to investing in a 529 college savings account, to choosing higher deductibles on your insurance, and “building a nest egg that 25 times the annual investment income you need.”
Check the list and smack your forehead if you find one you should be taking care of. There is room for disagreement. We personally hate tip 16: “Don’t major in English.” Pssh. — BEN POPKEN
102 Personal Finance Tips Your Professor Never Taught You [Ask The Advisor via ConsumeristForums]