Best Money Tips: Take a Cruise on the Cheap

by Ashley Jacobs on 11 June 2012 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on taking a cruise on the cheap, avoiding airfare pricing glitches, and reasons to continue working after retirement.

Top 5 Articles

How to Take A Cruise On the Cheap Without Shortchanging on Fun — Take a cruise on the cheap by looking into beverage packages and wait until later on in the cruise to buy souvenirs on the ship. [Credit Sesame]

4 Airfare Pricing Glitches and How to Avoid Them — To avoid airfare pricing glitches, look for one seat at a time when booking flights. [Money Talks News]

10 Reasons to Continue Working After Retirement — Consider working after retirement so that you can continue having health insurance beyond just Medicare coverage. [Money Crashers]

A must-have for road trips — Before you hit the road this summer, take some time to put together a roadside emergency kit. [MSN Money]

4 Ways to Save on Landscaping — To save money on landscaping, focus on the foliage. [CNN Money]

Other Essential Reading

30 Steps to Great Finances: Steps 12, 13, and 14 — To get great finances, rent your house and reduce all the expenses you can. [Free Money Finances]

Reading Your Social Security Statement — When looking at your social security statement, make sure you check for inaccuracies on your earnings report. [Bargaineering]

9 Tips For Busy Professionals To Get Fit (And Rich!) — Get fit at work by taking the stairs instead of using the elevator. [SavvySugar]

10 Tips for Fishing With Kids — When taking your kids fishing, remember to pack snacks and drinks. [Parenting Squad]

8 Cities with Surprising Job Growth — You may be surprised to find out that San Antonio and Portland have great job growth! [Kiplinger]

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