Best Money Tips: Think Like an Extreme Couponer

by Ashley Jacobs on 29 April 2011 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on thinking like an extreme couponer, common investor mistakes, and cost cutting strategies for newlyweds.

Top 5 Articles

How to Think Like an Extreme Couponer at the Grocery Store — Be sure to think like an extreme couponer the next time you go to the grocery store by getting a shopper loyalty card. [Budgets Are Sexy]

7 Deadly Sins of Investments - 7 Investor Common Mistakes — Don't make the mistake of investing without a plan. [The Dividend Guy]

Cost Cutting Strategies for Newlyweds — Save money as a new couple by creating a coupon routine. [Couple Money]

Save Your Money On College Books — Don't spend a ton of money on textbooks. Instead, save by finding out if it is ok to use an older edition of the book. [The Amateur Financier]

3 Ways to Break Free from Debt — Break free from debt by refinancing your mortgage. [Quizzlewire]

Other Essential Reading

Know the Signs and Symptoms of Autism — If your child lacks social skills, he or she may be autistic. [Parenting Squad]

10 Ways to Improve Your Resume Right Now — Improve your resume by showcasing your experience. [SavvySugar]

How You Can Prevent Money From Ruining a Friendship — It probably isn't a good idea to loan your friend money. [The Financial Blogger]

Traditional vs. Paperless Billing: 5 Reasons To Switch — By switching to paperless billing, you are less likely to make payments late. [Automatic Finances]

How To Protect Your Property From Storm Damage — Make sure your property is protected from storm damage by taking pictures. [FiGuide]

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Lisa

Thanks for re-running my guest post on Budgets are Sexy! Please be sure to visit my regular blog, Smart Spending Spot to get lots of great spending & saving tips. Even if coupons aren't for you, I do a weekly feature called "No coupons? No problem!" that shows you how to get great deals without coupons.

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You are welcome!