Best Money Tips: Things to Do on Your Lunch Break

By Ashley Jacobs on 4 July 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on things to do on your lunch break, money tips for new grads, and turning a cheap vacation into a first-class getaway.

Top 5 Articles

11 Things to Do on Your Lunch Break — On your lunch break, consider mailing your packages or reading a book. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]

Essential Money Tips for New Grads — New grads should create a budget and borrow a book or two on finance. [Five Cent Nickel]

10 Ways to Turn a Cheap Vacation Into a First-Class Getaway — To turn a cheap vacation into a first-class getaway, pack your own food and be choosy about souvenirs. [US News & World Report]

Dissecting Retirement Savings — Chances are even if you started saving at a young age, you still need to continue to save for retirement. [Get Rich Slowly]

A Quarter of Americans Don't Have Any Emergency Savings — 26% of Americans don't have an emergency fund. Are you part of this statistic? [MainStreet]

Other Essential Reading

12 Networking Opportunities You Cannot Afford to Miss — Don't let the networking opportunity of social media and industry associations pass you by. [The Wisdom Journal]

An Argument Against Early Retirement — If you retire early, you have a higher chance of outliving your money. [Money Smart Life]

The 5 Best Cash Back Online Shopping Sites — Big Crumbs and Ebates are just a couple of awesome cash back shopping sites. [Dough Roller]

6 Fun (And Affordable) Summer Trips For Families — Need an affordable summer vacation? Try camping in Coos Bay, OR. [LearnVest]

Enjoy Patriotic Foods This Fourth of July — Celebrate the 4th of July with a Crunchy Fourth of July Cheeseburger or Red, White, and Blue Nachos. [Parenting Squad]

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