Best Money Tips: Best and Worst Buys of August 2013

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the best and worst buys of August 2013, jobs to satisfy your wanderlust, and rules for buying a home.

Top 5 Articles

Best and Worst Buys of August 2013 — This month is a great month to buy laptop bundles but a horrible month to buy patio furniture. [Kiplinger]

13 Jobs to Satisfy Your Wanderlust — If you want a job where you get to travel, consider being a consultant or a recruiter. [PopSugar Smart Living]

4 Rules for Buying a Home (and How Far Can You Bend Them) — When buying a home, remember to save at least 20% for a down payment. [Credit Sesame]

How to Avoid the Top 10 Consumer Problems — To avoid the issue of consumer automobile problems, do your research before you buy. [Money Talks News]

24 Awesome Group Workouts That Don't Feel Like Exercise — You and your friends can still get a great workout by going on a hike or having a group dog-walking session. [Greatist]

Other Essential Reading

Save Money by Only Using a Cell Phone — When considering whether or not to ditch your landline completely, take safety into consideration. [Free Money Finance]

Should Mom and Dad choose your major? — If your parents are paying for you to go to college, they have the right to voice their opinion on your choice of major. [MSN Money]

How to Choose the Right House for Your Situation — To choose the right house for your situation, remember to consider your budget and the house location. [Bargaineering]

31 Ways Your Family Can Use Coconut Oil — Did you know you can use coconut oil as lip balm or to make a natural deodorant? [Parenting Squad]

How to Start a 7-Eleven Franchise — Have you ever wanted to start your own 7-Eleven franchise? To do so you must be at least 21 years of age and have excellent credit. [Moolanomy]

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