Best Money Tips: Gifts for Women That Won't Break the Bank

by Ashley Jacobs on 20 November 2013 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on gifts for women that won't break the bank, donating without spending money, and plugging personal finance leaks.

Top 5 Articles

77 Gifts For Women That Won't Break the Bank — Consider giving the lady in your life a lip balm set or a French press. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways to Donate Without Spending Money — To donate without spending money, donate your unwanted goods. [TheDollarStretcher.com]

How to Plug Your Personal Finance Leaks — Did you know you can save up to $90 per year on stamps by paying your bills online? [MoneyNing]

Money Systems That Lead to Success: Extreme Calendaring — Extreme calendaring can help you with your money by enabling you to make sure you don't miss a bill payment. [Consumerism Commentary]

How To Save A Few Bucks When You Go Out To Eat — Sharing a dish can help you save when you go out to eat. [Everything Finance]

Other Essential Reading

11 Fun and Inexpensive Thanksgiving and Black Friday Traditions — This Thanksgiving, consider starting the tradition of hosting a Thanksgiving Day Brunch! [Frugal Confessions]

How To Afford a Retirement Account — Comparing your long term goals with your current spending can help you afford a retirement account. [American Debt Project]

Planning for Retirement: Managing Expectations — To manage your expectations in retirement, take your time if possible. [Frugal Portland]

10 Must-Have Online Tools and Apps For Freelancers — If you are a freelancer, look into SignEasy and DropBox. [Careful Cents]

5 Ways to Help Children This Holiday Season — Help children this holiday season by volunteering at a local children's hospital. [Parenting Squad]

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Thanks so much for including me in your round-up!

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Per the article on sharing dishes when eating out - my wife and I started trying this and it has worked well for us. With the larger portions these days, we can usually end up getting well fed for $4-$5 each. Not too bad!