Best Money Tips: Steps to Grocery Savings Without Double Coupons

By Ashley Jacobs on 18 August 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on grocery savings without double coupons, things that annoy hiring managers, and coming to grips with paying your rent on time.

Top 5 Articles

6 Steps to Grocery Savings Without Double Coupons — You can save at the grocery store without double coupons by comparing what you purchase and tracking sale prices. [Pocket Your Dollars]

9 Things That Really Annoy Hiring Managers — Being too persistant can really annoy hiring managers. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Coming to Grips With Paying Your Rent On Time — To make sure you pay your rent on time, budget rent as a priority and make cut backs where possible. [Money Q&A]

5 Times It's Worth Booking a Hotel While Backpacking — If you are backpacking and become concerned about your safety, it is probably worth it to book a hotel. [CouponPal]

How to Dress Cheaply for the Rest of Summer — Rocking cotton and linen and remembering that dresses are your friend can help you dress cheaply for the rest of summer. [The Shop My Closet Project]

Other Essential Reading

10 Things We Need to Fix to Slow Down the March of Identity Theft — In order to slow down identity theft, consumer apathy and security must be dealt with. [Credit Sesame Blog]

Ready to Do What You Love and Find Your Ideal Career? — Teaching yourself something new and establishing a side hustle can help you find your ideal career. [Common Sense Millennial]

Are You Driving a Lemon? — If your car is a lemon, contact the manufacturer as well as the dealer to report any problems with your car. [Money Talks News]

6 Tips on How to Act on the Sidelines of Your Child’s Sporting Event — It is important to be positive and not yell at the coach when attending your child's sporting event. [Parenting Squad]

New Law Mandates In-State Tuition for Vets Studying at All Public Colleges Starting Next Year — Starting next year, vets will pay in state tuition fees at all colleges, even if they attend college in another state. [Bargaineering]

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