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Best Money Tips: Fun Activities That Are Breaking Your Budget

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on fun activities that are breaking your budget, fun activities that can make you money, and unusual uses for WD-40. Top 5 Articles Four fun activities that are breaking your budget — If you're paying full... […]

Best Deals for Tuesday 09/08

Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Duluth Trading Co. Sale and Clearance: Up to 71% off, Sperry Top-Sider Men's Waterproof Boots for $80 in-cart,... […]

24 Easy to Make Grab and Go Snacks

Pretty much without fail, at 10:00 a.m. and 2:45 p.m., my stomach starts growling. After having carefully-planned, proportionately appropriate, nutritionally balanced breakfasts or lunch, it seems a shame to blow all of that with a bag of potato chips. But that's what I'll do, if I don't have a... […]

Ask the Readers: Do You Have a Side Gig?

For a secure financial future, you need to have multiple streams of income. One way to make extra money is to take on side jobs in addition to your day job. This often means less time for yourself and your family, but extra income can be worth it. Do you have a side gig? What is it? What kinds of... […]

The 12 Best Performing Stocks of the 2000s

The stock market has certainly seen its ups and downs since the year 2000. But for many companies, it's been almost all ups. Here we present the top 12 performing stocks since the year 2000. We developed this list by analyzing historical price data from Morningstar, Yahoo! Finance, and Fidelity.... […]

Make These 9 Health Moves Now or You'll Regret It in 20 Years

You've heard that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and nowhere is it more true than with your health. The health habits you form now will be the foundation of your well-being for the next 20 years. If you start being proactive now, you have much better chances of being healthy as... […]

How to Go on Vacation Without Getting Behind on Work

As a self-employed freelancer, and the breadwinner for my family, I understand the importance of balancing work and life. This means that I have to make time for family, friends, and travel, so I have to put my business on the back burner. No matter how much you enjoy your work, there will be... […]

9 Ways to Save on Prescriptions

If you look at the hard facts on prescription drug use in the U.S., almost half of Americans are taking one pill a day, while 10% of the population pops a staggering five or more pills daily. Meanwhile, health care costs continue to rise. So, what can you do to cut the costs of your prescription... […]

10 Flight Booking Hacks to Save You Hundreds

I've been traveling and hacking flights since 2008, spending nearly eight years researching and finding secret methods to save money, earn points, and fly for free. These effective and easy-to-use tricks have saved me thousands of dollars over the years and now they can do the same for you. 1. Use... […]

Best Money Tips: The Best and Worst Deals at Costco

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best and the worst of Costco, a guide to tipping, and how to have wrinkle-free clothes without ironing. Top 5 Articles The Best and Worst Deals at Costco — Costco's rotisserie chicken is affordable,... […]