Best Money Tips: The 10 Most Economical Sandwiches

By Linsey Knerl on 9 August 2010 1 comment
Photo: Lucius Kwok

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we’re sharing the ten most affordable sandwiches, how to make mini burgers, and why back to school sales aren't just for the kiddos!

Top 5 Articles 

The 10 Most Economical Sandwiches – I won’t spoil which sandwich made #1, but it’s not PB&J! Smart Spending 

Fixing Your Credit Score (Fight For Your Score) – Credit card companies are not evil.. they’re machines. Find out how to beat the system with practical tips and a letter template. The Penny Saved 

Should I Borrow Money From My Family? We often get questions about whether you should loan money – but what about borrowing? This article presents an interesting perspective. Green Panda Treehouse 

What Will Retirement Look Like for Younger Generations? Needless to say, it’s not a given that we will have the same options available to us at retirement as our parents have. When social security and “traditional” retirement fade away, what will it look like? Frugal Dad 

Mini Burgers – Tiny little hamburgers (or sliders, as the restaurants call them) are all the rage right now. Try this tasty and simple recipe for creating your own version! $5 Dinners 

Other Essential Reading 

Back to School Sales Aren’t Just for Kids – Yes! I love everything about this post: the photos, the tips for using school supplies for more than just school, and the sentiment of charity. Read it for some excellent tips for making the sales work for you. Bucksome Boomer’s Journey to Retirement 

Telling a Loved One You’re in Debt – This is indeed one of the more difficult conversations you may have in a lifetime. These tips can make the process a bit more bearable. Blogging for Change 

27 of the Sickest Things You’ve Done to Save Money – Be warned. There is nothing nice about this article…. at all. Consumerist 

Creating Beautiful and Frugal Treasure Chests – Wow! You don’t have to have a little princess at home to make one of these sweet little chests. They would make great gifts for anyone who wants to have a place for their keepsakes. Mom Advice 

How a Poker Book Lead to the Founding of Wise Bread – Wise Bread co-founder Greg Go talks about how one little book changed his life.  Greg Go

6 Ways to Stock Your Classroom Affordably – Teachers will appreciate this post, and so will homeschoolers! Get a list of great resources for putting high-quality tools and supplies into the hands of your students this fall. Itinerant Tightwad

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