Best Money Tips: 5 Ways to Cut Spending
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! In honor of the CFPB's awesome #MoneyChat on Tuesday, we are featuring some of the best resources shared during their chat!
Top 5 Articles
5 Ways to Cut Spending ...and Still Get to Do and Buy Cool Things — To cut spending while still getting to do cool things, research your purchases before you buy. [FDIC]
Paying for College — Not sure how to pay for college? Check out this ste0-by-step guide to help you! [Consumer Financial Protection Bureau]
Money Games — If you are looking for some great games to play with your kids to teach them about money, look no farther than this list! [Kids.gov]
Pin your way to savings — Have you ever considered using Pinterest for savings? Here's how to do it! [Consumer Financial Protection Bureau]
Help Your Family Save Money — Put savings in terms your children will understand by showing them these comics. [Kids.gov]
Other Essential Reading
23 Labor Day Discounts to Look Forward To — This Labor Day, Kohl's is offering 60-80 percent off clearance. [PopSugar Smart Living]
7 Tips to Selecting an After-School Sport for Your Child — When selecting an after school sport for your child, take into consideration his or her strengths. [Parenting Squad]
10 Ways to Be Present and Be a Better Listener — To be present and be a better listener, repeat what people are saying instead of refuting it. [Time Management Ninja]
6 Powerful Truths to Start Telling Yourself — Start telling yourself that your weirdness is one of your great strengths. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]
The Dos and Don'ts of Planning Your Day — Be sure to be flexible and not let imperfections delay tasks when planning your day. [Dumb Little Man]
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