Best Money Tips: Best (and Worst) Things to Buy in October
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on the best and worst things to buy in October, productivity tips from a star-up founder, and negotiating on vacation.
Top 5 Articles
Frugal Friday: Best (And Worst) Things To Buy In October — October is a great time to buy school supplies, but steer clear of gift cards. [Jean Chatzky Making Money Make Sense]
12 Productivity Tips From a Start-Up Founder — Stay productive by listing your tasks on a whiteboard and prioritizing. [PopSugar Smart Living]
How to Negotiate on Vacation — To avoid getting ripped off when you are on vacation, stay away from tourist traps. [Money Smart Life]
Is Working from Home Cheaper? — Working from home saves you money on gas, but it increases your office expenses. [Making Sense of Cents]
Top 10 Items To Review During Open Enrollment Season At Work This Year — During open enrollment season, understand your life insurance needs and review your beneficiaries. [Your Smart Money Moves]
Other Essential Reading
How to Make More Money — Make more money by taking advantage of rewards credit cards and high interest checking accounts. [Free Money Finance]
Trickle-down Effect For Your Savings Buckets — When it comes to savings, consider starting with a small emergency fund at your local bank, then work towards building a fund for larger emergencies in a money-market account. [MoneyPlan SOS]
Life's Too Short for Crappy Stuff — Life is too short for debt and not making the most of what you've got. [The Empowered Dollar]
Ways To Invest In Foreign Currencies — The easiest way to invest in foreign currency is to open a bank account in the currency and make currency purchases into that account. [Dollarversity]
How to Repin on Pinterest Strategically — Before you repin something on Pinterest, ask yourself whether or not your follower will find the pin valuable. [Oh So Pinteresting]
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