Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Thanksgiving Fun

by Ashley Jacobs on 22 November 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to make Thanksgiving fun, investments that protect you from inflation, and resume writing tips.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Make Thanksgiving Super Fun — Make Thanksgiving fun by spicing up the sides. [Dumb Little Man]

3 Investments That Protect You From Inflation — Want to protect your money from inflation? Consider investing in real estate. [Moolanomy]

Resume Writing Tips to Help You Stand Out From the Crowd — To make your resume stand out from the crowd, make sure you focus on your work experience. [Generation X Finance]

6 Simple Steps to Saving Money on Energy Bills - the Obama Way — Save money on your energy bills by testing your doors and windows. [Credit Sesame]

How to Find Cheap Flights and Get the Best Airline Ticket Deals — Save money on airfare by booking through the carrier. [Money Crashers]

Other Essential Reading

Money Tips from 49 Personal Finance Bloggers — A common money tip among personal finance bloggers: spend less than you earn. [Free Money Wisdom]

Easy Side Dishes for Your Thanksgiving Table — Consider making fried apples as a side dish this Thanksgiving. [Parenting Squad]

5 Reasons Playing Golf Is Good For Your Career — Playing golf is good for your career because it enhances analytical thinking. [SavvySugar]

Best Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping: Cyber Monday and Beyond! — If you are looking for great cashback rewards this holiday shopping season, consider getting a Citi Dividend or Chase Freedom card. [Nerdwallet]

10 Business Owners Share Tips for Saving Money — One good way to save money on business expenses is to scale back office space or eliminate it completely. [American Express OPEN Forum]

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