Best Money Tips: Ways for Families to Save in September

By Ashley Jacobs on 10 September 2014 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on ways for families to save in September, financial steps to a rich life as a single mom, and turning financial disaster into financial independence.

Top 5 Articles

Simple Ways for Families to Save in September — Families can save in September by planning ahead for holiday travel. [Parenting Squad]

11 Financial Steps to a Rich Life as a Single Mom — To have a rich life as a single mom, get rid of bills for stuff you don't need and think about spending money in ways that will help you save money. [Emma Johnson]

Ten Steps to Turn Financial Disaster into Financial Independence — Cutting your spending until you can spend less than you earn consistently can help you turn financial disaster into financial independence. [The Simple Dollar]

6 Online Degrees That Can Lead to Financial Freedom — If you get a degree as a nurse practitioner or a degree in economics, you have a good chance of achieving financial freedom. [Thousandaire]

Your Parents Have NO Retirement Savings — What's Your Responsibility? — What would you do if your parents had no retirement savings? [Cash Money Life]

Other Essential Reading

Should You Buy or Rent? — You should rent unless you are sure you will stay in your home for more than 5 years. [Money Under 30]

3 Simple DIY Projects That Will Save You Money — Resealing your shower is a simple DIY project you can do that will save you money. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

Top Tech for Teens — Smartphones and high end headphones seem to be among the most popular tech for teens. [Teens Got Cents]

5 Backyard Budget Entertaining Ideas — Having a BBQ or beer tasting party are a couple fun, budget-friendly backyard entertainment options. [NarrowBridge Fiance]

4 Rules for Answering the Weakness Question — When asked what your biggest weakness is in a job interview, be honest about it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

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mlaechel

I think that besides buying powdered milk, carefully watching the food bill, etc, families should also do a proactive system of putting money to the side to invest. You can either keep going to your job and bringing home a check and thats it, or you can also start having your money on the side working for you also bringing you an income. And if you are good enough at it, money will free you to indulge in travel and your true interests.