Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money at Target

By Ashley Jacobs on 1 September 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save money at target, getting the most from your auto insurance claim, and crucial things to know about life.

Top 5 Articles

10 Ways to Save Money at Target — To save money at Target, shop early in the week and look for mobile coupons. [Kiplinger]

How to Get the Most From Your Auto Insurance Claim — If you want to get the most from your auto insurance claim, never accept the adjuster's first offer. [Bargaineering]

30 Crucial Things to Know About Life — Talking it out and understanding the value of time are two important things to know when it comes to life. [PopSugar Smart Living]

What You Don't Know About FICO 9 (But Really Should) — Did you know your residential history is included in your FICO 9? [Credit Sesame]

Graduating Without a Good Job? Here's Why You Don't Have to Move Back in With Your Parents — Avoid moving back in with your parents after graduation, get laser-specific with your job goals. [The Empowered Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

14 Steps to Your First Cash Car — To buy a car with all cash, start saving, working another job, or selling things to come up with the cash for your car. [Cash Car Convert]

How to Start Saving for Retirement — Opening an IRA is one way to start saving for retirement. [Bald Finance]

The 5 Most Complained About Cars in America — Did you know the Cadillac ATS is one of the most complained about cars in America? [Money Talks News]

9 Tips for Throwing a Child's Birthday Party — When throwing a birthday party for your child, serve nutritious snacks and have fun with the birthday cake. [Parenting Squad]

Is Prince Charming Worth Sacrificing Your Finances Over? — Don't wait for a guy to help you with your finances, get to work and start learning how to effectively manage your finances now! [Budget Bloggess]

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