Best Money Tips: Save $500 On Your Cellphone

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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to save $500 on your cellphone this year, tips for using coupons, and things you should spend money on when you are jobless.

Top 5 Articles

How to Save $500 on Your Cellphone This Year — Instead of paying for texting, use an instant messaging service instead, for example Yahoo Messenger. [SmartMoney]

Clip Your Way to Savings: 5 Tips for Using Coupons — Be sure to plan your shopping strategy once you have clipped your coupons. [Parenting Squad]

5 Things You Should Spend Money On When You Are Jobless — Even if you don't have a job, it is ok to shell out money on business cards. [Walletpop]

10 Side Hustles to Keep the Wolf from the Door — Keep yourself afloat financially by having a side hustle to bring in extra income. Try being a dog walker or a lawn painter. [Frugal Dad]

How to Love the Life You Already Have — One of the best way to love your life is to take time to enjoy everything you have instead of focusing on what you want to change. [PickTheBrain]

Other Essential Reading

What are the Best Credit Cards for You? — Before you get a credit card, stop to think about how you will use your card. If you use your card to buy groceries or gas, a grocery or gas credit card may be best for you. [Money Smart LIfe]

8 Tips for Catching Typos Before You Click Send — To make prevent yourself from sending a typo-filled email, try to add words you commonly misspell to your autocorrect dictionary. [BNET]

Warning Signs: Don't Rent That Apartment! — Don't rent an apartment with limited exits or a lack of windows. []

Boost Your Confidence by Talking About Something You Know Well — To keep your nerves from getting in your way, give yourself a confidence boost by explaining something you understand well. [Lifehacker]

10 Ways to Save Money on Gasoline — If you want to save money on gas, be a consistent driver. [Yes, I Am Cheap]

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Ben Edwards's picture

Wow, crazy to think we spend that much on cell phones in the first place. Thanks for mentioning my post on choosing the right credit card!

Ashley Jacobs's picture

You are welcome Ben!