Best Money Tips: 5 Costly Summer Travel Mistakes

By Amy Lu on 15 May 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on costly summer travel mistakes, stores where you can also save 10 percent or more, and laundry tips and tricks that everyone should know.

Top 5 Articles

5 Careless, Costly Summer Travel Mistakes — A filled mail box tells everyone that no one is home. Ask a trusted neighbor to empty your mail box every day or place a hold on your mail with the USPS. [Money Talks News]

20 Stores Where You Can Always Save 10 percent or More — These retailers offer between 10 percent to 30 percent off purchases, often just for signing up for their newsletter. [Cheapism]

35 Laundry Tips and Tricks That Everyone Should Know — You can use chalk to lift grease stains! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Buzzworthy: How you can help America's pollinators — Avoid spraying pesticides on blooming flowers. Instead, wait until the petals have fallen, when the plants are less attractive to bees. [The Christian Science Monitor]

5 Common Millennial Money Mistakes and How to Fix Them — Many millennials are using their money to consume products or services when they should be investing the time and effort to become a producer. [Really Make Cents]

Other Essential Reading

Tips To Save Money On Prescription Medication — Some pharmaceutical companies offer savings cards or patient assistance programs. [Shopping Kim]

25 Small Ways to Pay It Forward – Kindness Matters! — If you have a small balance left on a gift card, ask the cashier to apply it to the next person's purchase. [More With Less Today]

How to Reduce the Cost of Your Move — Don’t have the budget to hire professional movers? Consider using a transport only service. [Northern Cheapskate]

How Much Does Creating a Website Cost? — A high-end website that can function on all devices can cost as much as $9000. [Lazy Man and Money]

5 moves — and 7 tax tips! — to make if you're fired — Sure, you can leave your 401(k) with your old employer, but you will no longer get the company match. It may be more beneficial to roll it over to an IRA. [Don't Mess With Taxes]

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