Best Money Tips: How to Get a Free iPhone 7

By Amy Lu on 20 September 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to get a free iPhone 7, things to avoid when asking for a raise, and ways to control your happiness.

Top 5 Articles

These wireless carriers are offering a free iPhone 7 with trade-in — If you have a fully paid-off iPhone 6 or 6s, you may be able to trade it in for the newest model for free. [The Monitor]

3 wrong ways to ask for a raise — Avoid talking about personal issues in a salary negotiation. There has to be a business reason for increasing your pay. [AOL Finance]

4 Ways That You (and Only You!) Can Control Your Happiness — Studies have shown that people who stay in regular contact with around 10 friends are happier and live longer. [PopSugar Smart Living]

6 Smart Ways Parents Can Use Smart Plugs — Smart plugs allow you to control your home electronics — from lights to TVs to coffee makers and everything in between — from anywhere with Internet. [Parenting Squad]

#FinCon16 Pre-Party: Favorite Money-Tips from Personal Finance Experts — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET! Personal finance experts will be sharing their favorite money tips. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

Three Simple Ways to Make Any Email More Professional — We all know and use text lingo, but emails to your boss or clients require professional lingo. [SheBudgets]

How to Protect Your Computer from Viruses for Free — Be careful what you download! Use anti-virus software that will check if the file you're about to download from an email, website, or service is infected. [Shopper Strategy]

5 Ways to Lower Your Insurance Premiums — You can get a 10-30% discount on auto insurance by using a plug-in tool that monitors your driving habits. [The Frugal Toad]

3 Smart Tax Moves to Make Now — Tax planning is an ongoing process. You'll be glad you made these three moves when tax time rolls around. [The Motley Fool]

5 Ways To Get Started Investing With Very Little Money — You can start investing with as little as $50 or $100 — you just need to know where to look! [Seed Time]

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