Best Money Tips: 20+ Ways to Get Paid for Watching TV

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on over 20 ways to get paid to watch videos and TV, small financial changes that have a big impact, and facts about Social Security benefits that Baby Boomers should know.

Top 5 Articles

21 Ways to Get Paid to Watch Videos and TV — Several online rewards programs will pay you to do things online that you probably already do on a regular basis, including watching videos. [Saving Freak]

7 Small Financial Changes You Can Make That Have a Big Impact — Develop a saving habit. You can start small by depositing just $20 a week into a savings account. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

5 Facts About Social Security Benefits Baby Boomers Should Know — While Social Security isn't sustainable in its current form, benefits for baby boomers likely will not be reduced. [The Motley Fool]

Bug Off! All-Natural Insect Repellent That Really Works — After picking up the main ingredients, this all-natural repellent costs less than $1 per bottle to make. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Eight steps to financial stability after college — Student loans can be a huge headache for new grads. Learn what your options are for repayment and how to choose the right one for your current situation. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

The Least Expensive Ways to Prep Your House For Sale — Pay attention to the details. Make sure your doors and baseboards are clean and the fixtures are updated. [SheBudgets]

5 Ways To Save Money Buying Organic Food — Sign up for local produce boxes to get organic fruits and veggies delivered right to your door. [Frugal Buzz]

8 Things You Must Know About the New Broker Rule — Here's what you can expect from the new rule that requires brokers to put their clients' interests first when recommending investments. [Kiplinger]

The 7 Essential Musts For An Epic Family Road Trip — Don't try to plan out every single day and hour. Give your family some room to be spontaneous! [Good Financial Cents]

12 Water Safety Tips for You and Your Little Ones — Designate someone to watch the kids when there are little ones playing in or near the water. [Parenting Squad]

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