Best Money Tips: How to Save Money on Your Wedding Ring

By Amy Lu on 6 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on simple ways to save money on your wedding ring, tips for a safe and spooky Halloween, and creative ideas for repurposing old sweaters.

Top 5 Articles

4 Simple Ways To Save Money Buying Your Wedding Ring — You'll see major savings on diamonds by buying just below the top range of the 4Cs. [Enwealthen]

3 Tips to Help Keep Halloween Spooky But Safe — For kids, use face paint instead of masks that may obscure their vision. [The Allstate Blog]

Five Creative Ideas for Repurposing Old Sweaters — Give an old sweater new life by turning it into cozy cool-weather accessories, like boot tops, mittens, and cowl scarves! [Frugal Village]

Don’t Let Winter Dull Your Shine: Cold Weather Skin Care Tips — Exfoliation is key! This process brushes away the dead skin and encourages healthier blood flow. [Shopping Kim]

Everything You Need to Know About Amazon's Return Policy — Most purchases on Amazon are refundable through their standard 30-day policy, but there are a few items that don't qualify. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

7 Must-Have Apps For Serious Freelancers Only — Take your small business to the next level by using these must-have apps for freelancers. [Cash The Checks]

The Frugal Foodie: Tips That Won’t Disappoint Your Taste Buds — Get creative with leftover meals and ingredients. Google is your friend! [Thirty Six Months]

Practical Tips for Freeing Up Your Monthly Budget Without Making More Money — Look over your subscription services and cancel anything that you no longer enjoy or can find free alternatives elsewhere. [Creative Money]

5 Ways To Increase Your Family Cash Flow — Consider doing a budget cleanse to eliminate unnecessary expenses. [Your Smart Money Moves]

9 Devastating Money Mistakes Couples Make That Destroy Their Relationship — Couples need to agree on how they will respond to friends and family who ask for money. Talk about who you would help, in what situations, and what that help would look like. [Money Smart Guides]

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