Best Money Tips: Save $1,000 by Black Friday
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on saving $1,000 by Black Friday, finding the right life insurance policy, and getting the best deal on a fridge.
Top 5 Articles
How to Save $1,000 by Black Friday — Dropping your landline and driving less can help you save $1,000 by Black Friday. [Kiplinger]
7 Tips to Find the Right Life Insurance Policy — When looking for the right life insurance policy, look at exclusions and premium changes. [Sustainable Life Blog]
How to get the best deal on a refrigerator — Get the best deal on a refrigerator by taking advantage of rebates and comparing prices. [Everything Finance]
10 Tips to Make the Most of Your High-Deductible Health Plan — To make the most of your high-deductible health plan, ask for discouts and stay in your network. [Money Talks News]
12 Expenses You Could Negotiate for a Better Deal — You can negotiate your medical bills and fees to get a better deal. [Moolanomy]
Other Essential Reading
15 Ways to Get Discounts on Movie Tickets — Going to the movies on a weekday or taking advantage of bulk ticket offers can help you save on trips to the movies. [More With Less Today]
Buy vs Rent: Knowing the Right Time to Buy a House — Buying is better than renting unless you are in a bubble market. [Credit Sesame]
Faulty labeling causes consumers to waste food — Before you throw away "expired" food, find out how long you can really keep a food item before it goes bad. [Bargaineering]
2 (Avoidable) Things Stopping You From Success — Not planning ahead can prevent you from actually getting ahead. [PopSugar Smart Living]
Fun Fall Events for a Weekend Getaway in New England — If you are headed to Massachusetts this fall, check out the Festival of the Hills. [Parenting Squad]
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