Best Money Tips: Ways to Save on Eating Out


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to save on eating out, how not to be average, and the Obamacare ruling.

Top 5 Articles

15 Ways to Save on Eating Out — Save money on eating out by following restaurants on Twitter and becoming a regular. [Money Talks News]

How Not to Be Average — To not be financially average, live below your means and do everything you can to grow your income. [Free Money Finance]

Obamacare Ruling: A Simple Breakdown Of What It Means For You — The Obamacare law's fate depends on the November elections. [SavvySugar]

5 Cheap "Trips" Every Child Should Take — Be sure to take your child camping and to local landmarks. [Parenting Squad]

6 ways to find a job in an unfamiliar city — When looking for a job in an unfamiliar city, utilize social media outlets. [CNNMoney]

Other Essential Reading

How you can live rent-free — It is possible to live rent free by house-sitting or caretaking but be prepared to do some serious couch surfing. [MSN Money]

25 MORE Ways to Waste Your Money — Don't waste your money by shopping without having a plan. [Kiplinger]

Work-at-Home Part-Time Jobs for Stay-at-Home Parents — Are you a stay-at-home parent looking for a work-at-home part-time job? Consider being a virtual assistant. [Bargaineering]

Should I Save or Pay Off Debt? — It's not an all or nothing thing -- you need to do both. [Money]

Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act — Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you may get your credit report for free once a year. [Credit Sesame]

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