Best Money Tips: Save on Everyday Expenses

By Amy Lu on 16 October 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles to help you save on everyday expenses, create cheap DIY costumes for couples, and ask for a raise the right way.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Save Money on Everyday Expenses — Enter your grocery list on Lozo.com and they'll send you a list of matching coupons. [Everybody Loves Money]

57 Cheap and Original DIY Couples Halloween Costumes — Attach green balloons to one person and purple balloons to the other for two bunches of sweet grapes! [PopSugar Smart Living]

The Correct Approach to Asking Your Boss for a Raise — Be sure to do your research so you know what a reasonable salary for someone in your position is. [Grad Money Matters]

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Even Begin to Budget — Before you set up your budget, ask yourself which big spending categories you'll HAVE to track. [Christian PF]

5 Everyday Things That Hurt Your Credit — If you somehow miss the notice on an unpaid toll, it can end up in your credit report as a collection account. [Credit.com]

Other Essential Reading

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Applying for a Store Credit Card — Before you apply for a store credit card, check if you can get a similar discount by shopping online or waiting for a coupon. [NerdWallet]

A Side Hustle for Amateur Chefs: Get Paid to Cook in Your Own Kitchen — Combine your love of food and the local scene by creating a custom food tour for people visiting your city. [The Penny Hoarder]

10 Things Americans Waste Money On? — Deal websites are great for things you were going to buy anyway, but they can be a money sink if you're easily tempted by other "deals" that you suddenly "need." [Budgets are Sexy]

The Importance of the Family Meal and 12 Ways to Preserve It — Turn off all screens when your family is having a meal together. [Parenting Squad]

How Do I Calculate My Net Worth? — Your net worth is the value of your assets (fixed and liquid) subtracted by your liabilities (debts). [Financial QA]

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