Best Money Tips: Save Time and Money With Smart Home Hacks

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on smart home hacks that save time and money, obvious money-saving tips we often forget, and the best time to buy an iPhone 6 for cheap.

Top 5 Articles

8 Super Smart Home Solutions That Save Time and Money — Get an old pair of pantyhose and cut it to fit over the bristles of your broom for a cheap alternative to the pricey Swiffer. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

Duh! 7 Obvious Money-Saving Tips People Often Forget — Pay attention to your utilities. Turn off the lights when you leave a room and set the thermostat to a reasonable level when the seasons change. [Money Talks News]

Want a cheap iPhone 6? Buy in September. — You can expect a hefty price cut on the iPhone 6 a month after the new iPhone 6s is announced. [The Monitor]

Catch a Recruiter's Eye With These 7 Cover Letter Tips — Focus on the company and how you can be a helpful addition to it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Tech Tools to Simplify Your Life — The free organizing app Cozi can help your family stay on top of the household's busy schedule. [Living Well Spending Less]

Other Essential Reading

Get Paid to Help the Environment: 7 Green Jobs With Salaries Up to $120,000 — Environmental engineers and hydrologists make a decent wage and do good for the environment. [The Penny Hoarder]

Getting Just a Little Bit More For Your Money — Learn how to navigate a salad bar to get the most value! [Northern Cheapskate]

Pack Your Bags for These Last-Minute Summer Vacations — Check the National Park Service's website for a list of notable parks and landmarks in your state, and visit a few on a day trip! [The Allstate Blog]

Household Must-Haves: Steps for Saving Big Money on Major Appliances — Look at older models. They'll likely have similar functions as the newest models but at a much lower cost. [Money Soldiers]

10 Foods We Think are Healthy for Our Kids but Aren't — You may be tempted to choose things labeled "fat free", but processed fat-free foods are usually packed with sugar and salt! [Parenting Squad]

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