Best Money Tips: Go Forth and Save
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. This week, we look at way to prevent identity theft (do they work?), saving money on utilities with rain barrels, saving money on meds, how to prep for job interviews whenever the economy recovers, how to buy a used car, and more.
Get Rich Slowly asks if you should write "See ID" on your credit card signature box - and readers respond with a variety of theories as to why it's a good/bad idea.
Frugal Duchess shares her wardrobe malfunction contingency plans - learn why you should keep a stapler handy.
Rain barrels are a great way to save money on water bills year round, but they aren't cheap. Bargaineering offers some hacks for building one.
Alpha Consumer takes a look at living debt-free, and locates a ridiculously handsome example of debt-free manliness in our own Greg Go.
The Digerati Life provides a variety of ways to save money on medications.
Not that anyone is hiring anymore, but let's just say that you manage to land an interview. Dumb Little Man tells you ten things you need to know before you set foot in that conference room.
Squawkfox has plenty of tips on buying a used car, which, let's face it, is all that there will be in this country in ten years.
Stop Buying Crap has a concise but timely bit about medical billing mistakes - check your bills before paying and fight, fight, fight against billing errors!
Personal responsibility is the first step to taking control over your life and your finances. Christian Personal Finance tells you why.
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