Best Money Tips: Halloween Costumes to Make on the Cheap
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on Halloween costumes to make on the cheap, saving for retirement, and fees you should always negotiate.
9 Halloween Costumes To Make On The Cheap — Save money this Halloween by making a nerd costume. [SavvySugar]
How Much Should I Save for Retirement? — When determining how much to save for retirement, take into consideration your asset allocation. [Free Money Finance]
7 Fees That You Should Always Negotiate — Always make sure to negotiate the price of gym memberships. [Forbes]
Seven Ways to Attend College Without Taking Out a Student Loan — Avoid taking out student loans by getting scholarships and grants. [Money Crush]
7 Ways to Save Money by Leading a Healthy Lifestyle — Carry a healthy snack with you so the next time hunger strikes, you aren't tempted to spend money on junk food. [Financial Highway]
Other Essential Reading
10 Ways to Save Money When Buying a New Car — When buying a new car, wait to make a purchase until you find the right deal. [Thirty Six Months]
5 Aggravating Hotel Fees and What to Do About Them — Avoid telephone charges when staying in a hotel by using your cell phone instead. [The Millionaire Nurse Blog]
How To Do Yoga for Less — Instead of heading to a yoga class, use free online resources to do yoga at home on your own. [Canadian Finance Blog]
The Big Trip: How to Prepare Your Finances for Travel — Before you travel, call your credit card provider to let them know you will be traveling. [Steadfast Finances]
6 Things to Consider Before Welcoming Fido or Fluffy Home — Before you bring home a new dog or cat, make sure to do your research. [Parenting Squad]
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