Best Money Tips: How to Get the Most Cash From Your Old Phone

By Amy Lu on 31 August 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on tips to get the most cash from your old phone, the colleges that are leading the way for sustainable dining, and cheap ways to welcome fall.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tips to Squeeze the Most Cash From Your Old Phone — Different resale dealers may offer different prices for the same phone, so make sure to check price quotes before you sell your phone. [Money Talks News]

Twelve college campuses leading the way for sustainable dining — Bowdoin College in Maine sources local food for its dining services in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and to strengthen the local economy. [The Monitor]

12 Cheap Ways To Welcome Fall This Year — Stock up on end-of-summer produce like fresh tomatoes, berries, and melons! [Don't Pay Full]

121 Things to Do Instead of Spending Money — You don't need to spend money to have fun! Try a new recipe with the leftovers in your fridge. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Step-by-Step Guide To Weekly House Cleaning — A good dusting will lower allergens and improve the air quality in your house. Tackle all surfaces from left to right, top to bottom. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

3 Financial Steps Young Adults Must Take — First things first: create a budget! You need to know exactly where your money is going. [Stack The Chips]

10 Ways You Can Make Money with Amazon — Resell items through Amazon Fulfillment! [SheBudgets]

3 Ways to Prioritize Debt and Save Money in Your 20s — Focus on paying off consumer debt, even before student loans. [The Allstate Blog]

Why Successful People are Choosing to Live in a Tiny House — Tiny houses are substantially cheaper than larger houses. They're also better for the environment and give you the freedom to move from place to place — with your house. [How to Get Rich Slowly]

5 Tips For Parenting An Introvert — Introverts need downtime to recharge. When you have a busy week, make sure to schedule some quiet time between activities. Parenting Squad]

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