Best Money Tips: Tactics to Get Free Food
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on tactics to get free food, how to take an inexpensive road trip, and tips for budgeting when you're broke.
Advanced Money-Saving Tactics to Get Free Food — If you want to be super stingy and don't mind breaking the rules, save money on drinks by holding on to your fast food cups and using them for refills multiple times. [PT Money]
How to Take an Inexpensive Road Trip — To take an inexpensive road trip, take advantage of free attractions and festivals. [Generation X Finance]
Ten Tips for Budgeting When You're Broke — When you are broke, make sure to eliminate unnecessary expenses from your budget. [Step Away From The Mall]
7 Money Rules for Life — Always make sure to spend less than you earn! [Free Money Finance]
A College Guide to Eating Healthy — Eat healthy in college by opting for water and tea instead of calorie-heavy drinks like soda and juice. [Nerd Fitness]
Other Essential Reading
How to Get Your Tax Refund Faster — Get your tax refund faster by using e-file and direct deposit. [Bargaineering]
6 Tips to Establish, Manage and Eliminate Debt — Maintain good credit by paying off your obligations as agreed. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]
Quick "Cheats" That Can Buy You Time — To save time, sign up for automatic bill pay. [The Sun's Financial Diary]
7 Reasons Why Cursive Should Still Be Taught in Schools — Cursive is an important part of the curriculum because it helps students develop motor skills. [Parenting Squad]
Generic vs. Name Brand Drugs: Are They Both the Same? — Generic drugs are cheaper than name brand drugs because less money is spent on marketing and advertising. [SavvySugar]
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