Best Money Tips: Save Money on Vet Bills

by Ashley Jacobs on 22 February 2013 1 comment
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on saving on vet bills, items you can buy cheaper online than in-store, and the worst money mistakes anyone can make.

Top 5 Articles

How to save money on vet bills — Pet-proofing your house can save you money on vet bills. [Get Rich Slowly]

7 Items That are (Often) Cheaper to Buy Online Than In-store — Did you know you can purchase water filters cheaper online than in stores? [Three Thrifty Guys]

The Ten Worst Money Mistakes Anyone Can Make — Not having an emergency fund is one of the worst money mistakes you can make. [Free Money Finance]

How Can I Stay Safe While Traveling Alone? — When traveling alone, stay safe by selecting a hotel room on the third to fifth floor and dressing casually. [Lifehacker]

6 Things You Can Learn From Your 401(k) Statement — Your 401(k) statement will tell you your investment options and performance history. [Money Smart Life]

Other Essential Reading

10 Ways to Embrace the Frugal Life — Embrace the frugal life by using coupons and minimizing your auto expenses. [Money Infant]

Will Traffic Tickets Affect Insurance Rates? — If you have a good driving record, your rates might not go up with your first ticket. [SavvySugar]

Marrying for Love and Money — When getting married, it is a good idea to take a look at how your spending habits compare to your significant others. [Five Cent Nickel]

5 Benefits of Sports for Girls — Sports can help girls cultivate higher self-esteem. [Parenting Squad]

7 Ways to Stop Hurting Yourself — To stop hurting yourself, let go of the things that were never really there. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

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Chris

Thanks for the list of links. Vet costs are getting as bad as hospitals for people. Now they will even do MIRs and chemotherapy. Unfortunately many articles say that purchasing pet insurance is a waste of money. The more sophisticated the treatment the more expensive it will be, whether for animal or person.