Best Money Tips: Cheap Alternatives to Cable

by Ashley Jacobs on 11 December 2012 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on cheap alternatives to cable, tips to save money in the new year, and savings ideas for online shopping.

Top 5 Articles

Cable TV Too Expensive? Why Not try Cheap Alternatives to Cable? — If your cable TV bill is too expensive, consider watching shows online as an alternative to cable! [Cash Money Life]

5 Quick Tips to Save Money in the New Year — To save money in the new year, invest in yourself and learn a new skill or two. [Generation X Finance]

3 Super Savings Ideas for Online Shopping — When shopping online, plan out your shopping experience so you don't waste your time browsing online for hours. [Save1 Blog]

15 quick and easy handmade Christmas gift ideas — This holiday season, consider making fizzy bath bombs or cranberry honey butter. [Living on the Cheap]

Save Money with Energy Efficient Appliances — Energy efficient appliances can save you money by giving you government rebates! [Canadian Finance Blog]

Other Essential Reading

How to Pay for College if You Started Saving Too Late — To pay for college even if you started saving too late, help your child look for financial assistance. [PT Money]

Hidden Expenses of Home Ownership — As a homeowner, you might not be prepared for the hidden expense of property taxes. [Not Made Of Money]

Gag Gifts Under $10 For Everyone On Your List — Want to give someone a gag gift this holiday season? Consider giving people bacon bandages. [SavvySugar]

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Minimize Holiday Stress — If you are an entrepreneur trying to minimize holiday stress, remember to make time for yourself and others. [Careful Cents]

Tips to Help You Prepare Your Family for Any Holiday — Get your family prepared for any holiday by keeping it fun! [Parenting Squad]

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