Best Money Tips: Save When Shopping for One

By Ashley Jacobs on 5 March 2012 (Updated 14 March 2012) 1 comment
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save when shopping for one, teaching kids financial responsibility, and the key to great investment returns.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to Save When You're Shopping for One — If you are shopping for just yourself, save money by signing up for rewards programs. [Money Talks News]

How to Teach Your Kids Financial Responsibility — To teach your kids financial responsibility, remember to talk to them about credit cards. [Credit Sesame]

The Key to Great Investment Returns — To have great investment returns, invest as much as you can over a long period of time. [Free Money Finance]

Stepping Off the Foodie-Go-Round — Want to stop wasting money and time on food? Cook easy to prepare recipes and eat the food until it's gone! [Get Rich Slowly]

How To Pay Less For Necessities & Everyday Essentials — Save money on things you need by always using coupons. [The Digerati Life]

Other Essential Reading

Postpartum Recovery Tips for New Moms — Many new moms get the baby blues, so expect to be emotional after you have your baby. [Parenting Squad]

5 Tips For Planning A Summer Vacation With Friends — When planning a summer vacation with friends, make things simpler by divvying up the responsibilities. [SavvySugar]

10 Great Work-at-Home Jobs — Want to work from home? Consider being a tech support agent or a virtual assistant. [Kiplinger]

The Top Gas Rewards Credit Cards — With the prices of gas rising, consider checking out the Discover Open Road Card or the Chase Freedom Visa Card. [Gift Card Granny]

10 Strength Training Exercises for Women at Home Without Equipment — If you have a weighted gym bag, you can do exercises such as overhead presses and deadlifts at home. [Money Crashers]

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Bryce

You can also save by shopping/cooking for more than one and then having lots of meals left over. That way you save time with ready to eat meals, and less trips to the store, as well as money.