Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money on College Textbooks
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on saving on college textbooks, never wasting money on spoiled food again, and surprising times when your credit counts.
Top 5 Articles
10 Ways to Save Money on College Textbooks — To save money on college textbooks, consider renting or buying used copies rather than buying the new ones. [Living on the Cheap]
4 Ways to Ensure You Never Waste Money on Spoiled Food Again — Freezing food will help prevent you from wasting money on spoiled food. [GoBankingRates.com]
5 Surprising Times When Your Credit Counts — You might be surprised to know that your credit counts when you are getting a cell phone. [Credit Sesame]
How To Clean Out Your Closet — To clean out your closet, start by taking everything out. [SavvySugar]
4 Sticky Job-Interview Situations and How to Handle Them — If your interviewer wants to know the latest scoop on your old or current firm, how would you handle the situation? [Kiplinger]
Other Essential Reading
Should You Consider Debt Protection? 3 Alternatives — Instead of getting debt protection, opt to create an emergency fund. [Money Talks News]
A Co-Signing Horror Story — Co-signing on a loan for a friend can result in you losing your friend and getting into debt. [Free Money Finance]
Top opp for new grads: North Dakota — New graduates will have the best luck finding jobs in North Dakota, South Dakota, and even Iowa. [MSN Money]
Your Take: Best Paying College Majors — Engineering is always a major that will result in a good salary. [Bargaineering]
6 Tips for Building a Better Back-to-School Breakfast — Skip the sugar when making your kids breakfast. Instead, try using whole grains. [Parenting Squad]
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