Best Money Tips: Ways for Families to Save Money in June

By Ashley Jacobs on 18 June 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways for families to save in June, getting your financial affairs in order, and assimilating into your new job.

Top 5 Articles

7 Simple Ways for Families to Save Money in June — To save money in June, families can shop at Farmer's Markets and cut the cable. [Parenting Squad]

A Checklist to Get Your Financial Affairs in Order — It is important to have all your important paperwork in one location. [Christian PF]

6 Must-Read Tips for Assimilating Into Your New Job — When adjusting to your new job, build your network and communicate well with others. [Money Smart Life]

5 Things to Consider When Buying a Used Car — Before you buy a used car, have a professional look it over. [My Dollar Plan]

27 Common Financial Planning Mistakes You'll Want to Avoid — Don't make the financial planning mistakes of making minimum payments or thinking your goals will meet themselves. [Pinching Pennies]

Other Essential Reading

What to Buy — and What Not to Buy — at the Dollar Store — Aluminum foil is a great thing to buy at the Dollar Store, but stay away from buying coffee or Tide. [Money Under 30]

How to Save Money — Calling up your credit card company and asking them to reduce your interest rate can help you save money. [Budgets Are Sexy]

Tasks to Complete Before Beginning Your Job Hunt — It is important to watch the photos you've posted online before you begin your job hunt. [Grad Money Matters]

Why Joint Finances Are the Best for Most Couples — Having joint finances can help couples see the same financial picture. [Bible Money Matters]

Why I'm Glad I Went to College — Going to college can help you figure out what it is you really want to do. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]

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