Best Money Tips: How to Save $1,000 by Black Friday

By Amy Lu on 30 August 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to save $1,000 by Black Friday, over a hundred cleaning and organizing hacks, and tips to save money when you’re traveling by yourself.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Pocket $1,000 by Black Friday — Black Friday, which launches the holiday shopping season, is only three months away. Have you saved enough for the things you want to get? [Kiplinger]

100+ Cleaning and Organizing Hacks — Use an ice cube tray to organize your jewelry. [PopSugar Smart Living]

11 Ways to Save Money When Traveling Solo — Buy local transit cards and use public transportation to get around town. [Cheapism]

Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft — The FTC reported at 47% increase in identity theft last year. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on how to protect yourself from ID theft and fraud. [Experian]

Your personal finance guide to America's national parks — Whether you're an experienced camper or a newbie, follow these tips to save money on your great outdoor adventure! [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

How To Tell if A House is in A Good Location When Buying — Is the house close to things that you enjoy doing? You can always upgrade a house, but you can't build stores and restaurants around your neighborhood. [SheBudgets]

How To Handle the Financial (And Life) Stress of Your Mid-Twenties & Early Thirties — Be sure of your intent before you jump into any major decision. The action should lead to the results that you want from it. [Frugal Beautiful]

All or Nothing — How to Transform Your Finances in 1 Hour Each Month — Take a look at your spending, and aim to reduce your current discretionary spending by at least 10%. [The Frugal Toad]

10 Amazing Ways OneNote Can Save You Money — You can scan all your receipts and warranties to OneNote so that they're always on hand when you need them. [Adventures in Frugal Land]

Stay-at-Home Parents: The Kids are Back in School, Now What? — Use this opportunity to volunteer and help others! [Parenting Squad]

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