Best Money Tips: Foods You Shouldn't Waste Money On

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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on food you shouldn't waste money on, the best ways to make extra money, and easy ways to save for retirement.

Top 5 Articles

Five Foods You Shouldn't Waste Your Money On — Don't waste your money on canned soup. The sodium levels in canned soup are very high. [Beating Broke]

Best Ways to Make Extra Money: Rent Your Stuff — To make extra money, rent out your driveway or garage. [Free Money Finance]

5 Easy Ways to Save for Retirement — Want to save for retirement? Do away with unnecessary expenses. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

What To Keep At Home To Prepare For Natural Disasters — Be prepared for a natural disaster by making sure you have hygeine products on hand. [SavvySugar]

5 ways to get free money — If you are not using a cash back rewards card, you are missing out on free money. [brip blap]

Other Essential Reading

7 Tips to Go Big in Vegas for Under $100 per Person — To go big in Vegas without breaking the bank, limit your time in the casinos. [Joe Taxpayer]

Tips and Tricks to Making Your DIY Home Makeover a Success — Remembering that DIY takes time will help make your home makeover a success. [MintLife Blog]

Why Layaway Is Bad For Your Family's Finances — Layaway is bad for your finances because it has fees like a credit card. [Money Q&A]

10 Personal Finance Myths Busted — It is a myth that budgeting is painful. It doesn't always have to be painful! [The Dough Roller]

Professional Photography at Bargain Prices — Take advantage of Groupon to get professional photography at a bargain price. [Bargain Babe]

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