Best Money Tips: The Cheapest Cities to Fly to This Summer

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on cities with the cheapest flights this summer, the dirtiest places in your kitchen, and questions to ask yourself before you say yes.

Top 5 Articles

10 Cheapest Cities for Summer Air Travel — Save some money on airfare by going to Chicago, where the average roundtrip flight is lowest of all major domestic cities this summer. [Cheapism]

The 8 Dirtiest Places In Your Kitchen — Clean your sink right after rinsing raw meat, veggies, and pet bowls so that germs don't linger and spread to other parts of your kitchen. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Saying Yes — Before you agree to a commitment, make sure that it aligns with your values and that taking part in it makes you feel good. [Pick The Brain]

4 Simple Steps Anyone Can Use to Reach Financial Goals — State your goals, and be as specific as you can. Having a clear destination in mind will make it easier to create action steps for accomplishing the goal. [Credit Sesame]

12 Southwest Hacks For Cheap and Cheerful Flights — Do you dine out often? The Rapid Rewards Dining program allows you to earn points when you eat at your favorite restaurants. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

How to Find the Best Rated 529 Plans — You can contribute to 529 plans in other states, but if you choose a plan offered by your own state, you'll likely receive a tax break. [Parenting Squad]

Want to Master Time Management? Use Your Budgeting Skills — Paying yourself first can be applied to time management as well. If you invest 20 minutes on your schedule, you won't end up missing plans, meetings and deadlines later in the day. [MoneyNing]

7 Life Skills You Should Be Teaching Your Kids — Teach your kids how to read a compass and a map — they'll be grateful for it when they find themselves without a working GPS device. [A Few Short Cuts]

8 Tactics For Breaking Your Lease Without Losing Money — If you want or need to leave your apartment but you don't want to pay for breaking your lease, see if you can sublet your place for the remainder of the lease. [Money Spruce]

Three Ways To Boost Your Cover Letter — Because you're talking about yourself in a cover letter, it's easy to start every sentence with "I" — but don't! [Cash The Checks]

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