Best Money Tips: Ways to Save on Coffee

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save on coffee, where to get Halloween candy on the cheap, and things millionaires know that we don't.

Top 5 Articles

5 Ways to Save on Coffee — Store your unground coffee beans in an airtight container in the freezer for extra freshness. [Bankrate]

Trick or Treat! Where to Score Cheap Halloween Candy — You'll save a bundle if you buy candy in bulk from warehouse stores like Costco or Sam's Club. [PopSugar Smart Living]

What Do Millionaires Know That We Don’t? — Millionaires aren't necessarily experts in investing. Instead, they hire financial advisors to help manage their money. [Daily Worth]

How to Buy Furniture You Like Without Spending Too Much Money — If you need to buy new furniture for whatever reason (allergies?) and you find something you like at a retail store, ask when their next sale will be and buy it then. [Bargaineering]

The Secret to Saving? Share-Economy (Plus 4 Other Tips) — Reduce the cost of ownership by sharing resources. Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb are just a few services that you can use this way. [Ready For Zero]

Other Essential Reading

Moving and Banking: Do You Change Things Up When You Move? — You probably won't need to change your bank after a move if you handle most of your banking online. [Cash Money Life]

How It’s Never Too Late to Start Saving for Retirement — If you don't have an employer- sponsored plan, you can still take advantage of tax-deferred investment income to help boost your retirement savings. [Money Smart Life]

How Much Mortgage Can I Afford? — Some suggest that you limit your mortgage payments to 30% of your monthly income, but you should look at your situation and see what you're comfortable with. [Canadian Finance Blog]

Should You Sign Up for Legal Insurance? — If you plan to use a licensed attorney at least a few times a year, it may be worth it to get legal insurance. [Thousandaire]

12 Ways to Help Stop Bullying — Teach empathy to your kids. You can do this by volunteering, helping others, and even reading to them. [Parenting Squad]

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