Best Money Tips: Save on Cable and Internet

by Ashley Jacobs on 7 October 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to save on cable and internet, frugal birthday parties for kids, and steps before tying the knot.

Top 5 Articles

4 Ways to Save on Cable and Internet Without Losing It — Cutting extras off your cable and internet packages can help you save money. [Budget and the Beach]

Frugal Birthday Parties for Kids — To keep your child's birthday party frugal, check for group rates at potential venues. [Frugal Rules]

5 Steps Before Tying the Knot — Before you tie the knot, create a debt strategy with your fiance. [The Free Financial Advisor]

Avoid the "Gift" of Holiday Debt — Avoid the "gift" of holiday debt this holiday season by figuring out how much you can afford to spend, then sticking to that number. [The Debt Myth]

How to Rise to the Top of Your Game — If you want to be successful, surround yourself with people who behave better than you so you drift in the same direction they are headed. [One Smart Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

6 Steps to Surviving a Job Furlough — To survive a job furlough, record and tally your expenses daily. [Money Talks News]

4 red flags of a bad 401(k) plan — Does your 401(k) plan have too many choices? It may not be a good plan. [Bargaineering]

6 Money Mistakes That Can Derail Your Marriage — Don't make the money mistake of trying to keep up with the Joneses. It can derail your marriage. [Credit Sesame]

Why Frugality is Liberating — Frugality is liberating because it helps you be able to spend money on what you really want to spend money on. [Kiplinger]

Prenatal Diagnosis: Planning a Celebration of Life Baby Shower — If a friend of yours has received a bad prenatal diagnosis for their child, consider giving them a celebration of life baby shower. [Parenting Squad]

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