Best Money Tips: Go to College for Free

By Ashley Jacobs on 16 October 2012 (Updated 24 October 2012) 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on going to college for free, tips to save on Thanksgiving airfare, and measuring career success.

Top 5 Articles

Go to College for Free — Want to go to college for free? Consider attending a military service academy. [Consumerism Commentary]

8 Expert Tips To Save On Thanksgiving Airfare — It's not too early to start thinking about Thanksgiving travel plans! Save on airfare by flying on Thanksgiving. [SavvySugar]

How to measure career success — If you are in a job where you are motivated, chances are you are having a successful career. [CNNMoney]

Moving Your Money to a New Bank: 5 Step Checklist — When moving you rmoney to a new bank, remember to make the switch with your automatic obligations. [Money Smart Life]

Tipping Guide for Good and BAd Service from an Ex-Waitress — Next time you leave a tip, remember your server is probably sharing his or her tips with other staff members. [MoneyNing]

Other Essential Reading

Save Money with Travel Packing Tips — Want to save money when traveling? Roll your clothes when you pack and base your outfits around your shoes. [Narrow Bridge Finance]

10 Tips for Organizing Your Closets — When organizing your closet, only keep what you need. [MainStreet]

Ben Franklin's 9 Productivity Tips — To be productive, you must moderate and be tranquil. [American Express OPEN Forum]

Prepaying Expenses May Not Be Your Best Option — Sometimes prepaying your expenses may not be the best option because the company you prepay to may end up going out of business. [Dollarversity]

5 Entertaining and Educational Documentaries for Children — If you want to show your child an entertaining and educational documentary, consider showing him or her March of the Penguins. [Parenting Squad]

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