Best Money Tips: Things You Should Never Pay Full Price For
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on things you should never pay full price for, attending college for free, and things your real estate agent won't tell you.
Top 5 Articles
15 Things You Should Never Pay Full Price For — Don't pay full price for cleaning supplies or groceries. [Christian PF]
Attend College for Free If You Don't Have A Plan (Or A Passion) — If you aren't sure what your plan is, consider taking free classes through Khan Academy instead of shelling out loads of money for college courses. [Bible Money Matters]
10 Things Your Real Estate Agent Won't Tell You — Chances are your real estate agent won't tell you his or her commission isn't set in stone. [Daily Worth]
These Big Financial Wins Will Put a Lot of Money in Your Pocket! — Earning more and getting great bonuses are a couple big financial wins that can put a lot of money in your pocket. [Free From Broke]
Inexpensive Etiquette — Be thoughtful on a budget by utilizing frugal florists. [TheDollarStretcher.com]
Other Essential Reading
10 Tips for a Father's Day Camping Trip on a Budget — Borrowing your camping gear and bringing your own water can enable you to have a Father's Day camping trip on a budget. [PopSugar Smart Living]
5 Strategies to Get Work Done When the Kids are Home in the Summer — To get work done when your kids are home for the summer, establish quiet time and consider letting them have some screen time. [1099 Mom]
Tips for Getting Personal Finances in Order — It is important to understand your financial situation when trying to get your personal finances in order. [Free Money Wisdom]
Six Tricks to Get Your Preschooler to Take a Nap — Building a routine and making sure their belly is full can help your preschooler take a nap. [Parenting Squad]
What to Consider When Buying a New Car — When buying a new car, remember it is better to buy at the end of the year as dealers are trying to get rid of their old inventory to make room for new inventory. [Newlyweds on a Budget]
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