Best Money Tips: What to Expect From Memorial Day Sales

By Amy Lu on 4 May 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on what to expect from this year’s Memorial Day sales, cars to avoid no matter what, and composting myths debunked.

Top 5 Articles

What to expect from 2016 Memorial Day sales — Keep an eye out for stackable coupons for clothing, appliances, furniture, and even musical instruments. [The Monitor]

20 Cars to Avoid at All Costs in 2016 — While the Jeep Compass has a low MSRP, it comes with minimal interior features, the ride is not comfortable, and it is only expected to retain about 26% of its original value after five years. [SheBudgets]

5 Composting Myths Debunked — Many people believe that compost smells bad, but you only get bad odors if you're doing something wrong. [Nature Moms Blog]

Check These 18 Activities Off Your Summer Bucket List — Summer is the season for music festivals! Find one near you and spend a day enjoying the tunes. [PopSugar Smart Living]

How to Save 20% of Your Income in Your 30s — Use the the tax-advantaged accounts available to you. When you've maxed out company options, open a Roth IRA to save more. [PT Money]

Other Essential Reading

5 Things Holding You Back — Are there too many people involved in your project? This can lead to endless discussion and no action. [Life Optimizer]

Best and Worst Jobs for Women: Where to Watch Out for the Wage Gap — The legal sector has the largest wage gap, with women making only 56.7% of men's earnings. [Cheapism]

Three Gifts Every Mom Should Give Herself — Motherhood is only one role of many that you play. Give yourself permission to dream and pursue other passions that make you happy. [Living Well Spending Less]

Best Board Games To Flip For Profit — These old board games sell for hundreds of dollars — some even thousands! [Flipping Income]

4 Things You MUST Do When Furniture Shopping — Always, always measure your space before you go to a furniture store. If you forget, take the measurements of the pieces you're interested in and check it against the space available when you get home. [Clever Dude]

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