Best Money Tips: Black Friday Shopping Tips
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on Black Friday shopping tips, holiday gifts for under $25, and including your spouse in financial planning.
Top 5 Articles
Black Friday Shopping Tips — To gear up for Black Friday, remember to create a shopping schedule. [The Centsible Life]
Holiday Gifts Under $25 for 2011 — This holiday season, give the awesome frugal gift of Funny Papers. [CNBC]
Four Ways to Include Your Spouse in Financial Planning — Include your spouse in financial planning by setting goals as a family. [Five Cent Nickel]
Save Money on Food by Buying at a Grocery Store Instead of a Drug Store — Unless you are buying candy to take to the movie theater, opt to buy food at a grocery store. [Free Money Finance]
4 Tips For The Coin Monster — If you are headed to a coin machine to get cash for your coins, don't waste your time trying to trick the machine with foreign coins. They won't be accepted. [Budgets Are Sexy]
Other Essential Reading
Turkey Roasting 101 — When preparing your turkey, don't forget to insert the meat thermometer. [Parenting Squad]
13 Things That Are Causing Your Bills to Skyrocket — If you don't check your bills for mistakes, you may be unintentionally causing your bills to skyrocket. [SavvySugar]
Do You Want to Work Abroad? — Want to work abroad? Consider taking short term work like working at a hostel. [Green Panda Treehouse]
10 Must Do Things Before You Sell Your Home — Before you sell your home, remember to de-personalize it. [Moneyhacker]
4 Quick Tips to Save Money on Your Groceries — Save money on your groceries by eating more fruits and veggies. [Couple Money]
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