Best Money Tips: 80+ Amazing Meals for Under $5

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found over 80 meals you can make for under $5, cleaning mistakes you might be making, and great places to retire in every state.

Top 5 Articles

Make These 86 Amazing Meals For $5 or Less — Need a budget-friendly meal that doesn't skimp on the flavor? Make a simple spaghetti with garlic, olive oil, and chili flakes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

12 Cleaning Mistakes You Might Be Making — Don't just spray and wipe. Allowing the cleaner soak in will soften the dirt and grime and give the cleaner more time to kill germs and bacteria. [Living Well Spending Less]

Great Places to Retire in Every State — Do you plan to retire in Georgia? Consider Sandy Springs, where the cost of living for retirees is 5.1% below U.S. average. [Kiplinger]

Christmas Shopping On A $0 Budget: Frugal Tricks You Haven’t Tried! — Check out Pinterest to find ways to revamp items you already have into awesome gifts. [Because…I'm Cheap]

6 Home Hacks to Increase Productivity — It can be hard to find time for a deep clean of your house each week. So look for a few minutes each day to clean in spurts. [DeskTime]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways To Take Your Small Business To The Next Level (Without Breaking The Bank) — It doesn't have to cost a lot to get a professionally designed logo. [Bible Money Matters]

The best time and money-saving apps for holiday shoppers — Santa's Bag helps you keep track of your holiday shopping, including who you need to shop for and wishlists or spending caps for each person. [The Monitor]

Ways to Give Thanks and Pay It Forward — Join Experian's #CreditChat discussion this week where they'll talk about ways to give thanks and give back to your community. The chat begins Wednesday, November 25 at 3 pm ET. [Experian]

How To Prepare Your Home For The Highest Selling Price — Brighten your home by pulling back the curtains and adding a lamp to dark corners. The extra light gives the illusion of space and makes prospective buyers feel happier in general. [MoneyNing]

Make Your Own Color Burning Pine Cones for the Fireplace — You can make pine cones that burn in different colors by prepping them with common household products! [Shopper Strategy]


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