Best Money Tips: The Best Times to Buy New Smartphones

By Amy Lu on 14 March 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the best times to buy new smartphones at a discount, fun spring activities, and the highest-paying jobs you can get without a degree.

Top 5 Articles

The best times to buy 2017's most popular smartphones at a discount — New phones tend to drop in price a few months after release. The best tie to buy depends on which phone you want. [The Monitor]

50 Fun Spring Activities — Take advantage of the warmer weather and spend a day at the park with some friends. [PopSugar Smart Living]

21 Highest Paying Jobs Without a Degree (Earn as much as $85,810) — You don't necessarily need a college degree to earn more — sometimes far more — than minimum wage. [Money Pantry]

6 Easy Ways to Earn Money Via Referrals — If there's a product or service that you love and recommend to people anyway, why not get paid for spreading the love? [The Financial Blogger]

Look For These 6 Things Before You Buy Makeup — When you're buying makeup, look for the use buy date and ask yourself if you're likely to finish the product in the specified time frame. [Shopping Kim]

Other Essential Reading

Three Types of Savings Accounts You Should Always Have — It's a good idea to have a savings account for emergencies, for fun, and for big life events like the down payment on a home or an all-cash car purchase. [SheBudgets]

Here’s Why You Should Think Twice About That Income-Based Repayment Plan — Income-based plans may sound more affordable than other repayment options, but you may end up paying more in the long run. [The Penny Hoarder]

8 Ways to Responsibly Support a Broke Friend — When you and your friend want to go somewhere, offer to drive so they don't have to pay for gas. [Current on Currency]

10 Things You Can Do When You Think Life Sucks — Focus less on the whys of a negative situation and more on the small and practical steps you can take to make things better. [The Positivity Blog]

Organize big and little tasks at work — List out those small, annoying administrative tasks that are tedious but necessary. Set aside the right block of time to do them so you can devote your most productive hours to the big stuff. [Unclutterer]

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