Best Money Tips: 10 Money-Saving Summer Vegetables

By Amy Lu on 29 July 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on money-saving vegetables to use this summer, crucial financial habits for form in your 20s, and ways to save on gas.

Top 5 Articles

10 Money-Saving Vegetables to Use in the Summer — There are cucumbers aplenty during the summer, and they're cheap, too! [Cheapism]

Four crucial financial habits to form in your 20s — If your employer matches your 401k contributions, be sure it max it out! [The Monitor]

10 Ways to Save Money at the Gas Pump — Use a GPS or app to help you avoid routes with high traffic. It'll save you from idling, which uses more gas. [Canadian Finance Blog]

7 Costly Wedding Traditions to Ditch — Fancy, multi-tiered wedding cakes can be replaced with cupcakes, cookies, or a dessert bar. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Behind On Bills? How To Catch Up — If you miss a payment, you can attempt to avoid the late fee and interest hikes by asking your creditor for a one-time exemption. [Money Under 30]

Other Essential Reading

10 Ways to Use “the Internets” to Save Money Online — Leave items in your shopping cart for a few days. Many retailers will try to close the deal by sending you coupons or other incentives. [PT Money]

How to Battle Overwhelm and Be Productive During Busy Summer Months — If you need to work while you travel, be sure to bring a pair of good headphones to help block out the distractions around you. [Careful Cents]

10 questions to ask yourself to take control of your life — Use this exercise to help you take stock of your goals and resolutions for the year. [Aspiring Millionaire]

Information is the Name and Data Security is the Game — If you're worried about someone getting data off your old devices, consider using a technique called "zero filling." [The Money Principle]

It's Parent vs Parent in the Birthday Party Showdown — It seems that kids' birthday parties are getting more and more lavish, but is this really for the kids or for the parents who want to show off? [Parenting Squad]

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