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

By Amy Lu on 24 August 2015 0 comments

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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