Best Money Tips: Save Money on Must-Have Technology
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we have some great articles on how to save money on must-have technology, ways to save money on everyday purchases, and how to avoid student loans.
Top 5 Articles
How to Save Money on Must-Have Technology — Want to get the newest technology without breaking the bank? Search eBay and Amazon for used or refurbished versions of the desired tech product. [Inspiyr]
5 Ways To Save Money on Everyday Purchases — To save money on purchases, be sure to get free shipping whenever you buy something online. [DINKS Finance]
How to Avoid Student Loans — To avoid student loans, start off your college career at a community college. [Green Panda Treehouse]
Five DIY Valentine's Day Ideas for Frugal Sweethearts — This Valentine's Day instead of buying a card, take the time to make one for your sweetie. [Get Rich Slowly]
3 Income Investments for Retirement — Do you know where to invest your income for retirement? Consider looking into fixed annuities. [My Journey to Millions]
Other Essential Reading
Kids in the Store: 5 Secrets for Raising Master Shoppers — Do you want to teach your kid how to be a good shopper? Get them to help you next time you are clipping coupons or making a shopping list. [MintLife Blog]
Will Applying to Multiple Jobs at the Same Company Hurt My Chances of Getting Hired? — If you apply for multiple jobs at the same company, chances are you will come across as desperate. Try applying for one job at a time. [TheJobBoard via Lifehacker]
Saving Money on Music — To save money on music, be practical and spend less money by going digital. [Canadian Finance Blog]
Improve Communication About Money in Your Marriage — One of the biggest hot topics for any couple is money. Improve your communication about money with your spouse by having a weekly meeting about your finances. [Bible Money Matters]
Generic vs. Brand-Name Drugs: Are They Both the Same? — The reason generic drugs are less costly than brand-name drugs is not because the drugs are completely different. It is because they spend less on marketing and advertising. [SavvySugar]
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