Best Money Tips: 40 Ways to Save on Monthly Expenses

By Amy Lu on 21 May 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save on monthly expenses, tricks to make your groceries last longer, and ways to make extra cash this summer.

Top 5 Articles

40 Ways to Save Money on Monthly Expenses — Air seal your home to prevent drafts and make your home more energy efficient. [The Simple Dollar]

12 Tricks to Make Groceries Last Longer and Save Cash — If you won't finish bread in a few days, put it in the fridge or freezer and to make it last longer. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Ways to Make An Extra $100 a Week This Summer — Work at an event during your free time. Most events will offer perks as well as cash! Search on Craigslist for Events under Gigs. [Retired by 40]

Are Debit Cards Still the Safe Option? — Using debit cards can make your bank account more vulnerable to hackers and fraudsters, and the fraud protection on debit cards is not as comprehensive as what you get on a credit card. [SmartAsset]

23 Research-Driven Ways to Save Money on Gas — Wait to fill up on gas on the weekends. A GasBuddy survey found that in 65% of states, gas prices are lowest during the weekend. [Credit Donkey]

Other Essential Reading

10 Free Online Courses That Will Get You A Diploma — Online courses allow you a cheap and flexible way to gain more skills and knowledge, and they look great on your resume, too! [Don't Pay Full]

Your Employer Wants To Check Your Credit; Now What? — Learn what it means when a potential employer checks your credit, and what to do if they ask about major credit problems. [Money Under 30]

The Frugal Art of Showing Appreciation — Show that you care by sharing homemade goodies with the people you love. [The Frugal Toad]

5 Things Startup Businesses Should Consider — How will you store your products or supplies? Shop around for warehousing options that will work for your startup. [Clever Dude]

How to Prepare Your Child for a Stay in the Hospital — Always carry a pencil and notepad to jot down questions as you think of them. Your time with the doctor will be limited, so it's important to use it wisely. [Parenting Squad]

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