Best Money Tips: Avoiding Hidden Travel Fees

by Ashley Jacobs on 3 October 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on avoiding hidden travel fees, negotiating your starting salary, and frugal dates you will never forget.

Top 5 Articles

32 Hidden Travel Fees and How to Avoid Them — Avoid getting hit with an overweight baggage fee by weighing your bag before you get to the airport and making adjustments as needed. [Money Crashers]

5 Ways to Negotiate Your Starting Salary — To successfully negotiate your starting salary, use data to your advantage. [Currency]

10 Frugal Dates You Will Never Forget — Have a fun frugal date you will never forget and explore a new city nearby your hometown. [Bible Money Matters]

Bad Financial Habits You Need To Break Right Now — If you consistently pay your bills late and incur late fees, it's time to break that bad habit. [Stack The Chips]

14 Frugal but Fabulous Beauty Tips — If you are staying home for a day, don't use any products on your face. [Quizzle Wire]

Other Essential Reading

The Cons of Borrowing From Your 401(k) — Borrowing from your 401(k) can be bad because you will have to pay extra fees. [Kiplinger]

Entertain Your Kids Without Breaking the Bank — Take advantage of local parks and playgrounds to entertain your kids without spending a ton of money. [Parenting Squad]

Benefits to Being a Career Butterfly — By bouncing around from job to job, you can establish more contacts. [Money Ning]

6 of the Weirdest Economic Indicators — While divorce is never a good thing, a rise in divorce rates mean the economy is on the mend. [SavvySugar]

10 Thoughts on Travel with a Toddler — When traveling with a toddler, consider flight hopping. [Fiscal Fizzle]

News & Events

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