Best Money Tips: When Is the Best Time to Buy a Car?

By Amy Lu on 19 June 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on the best time to buy a car, ways to make the most of your time and money, and how to handle sentimental clutter.

Top 5 Articles

When is the best time to buy a car? — The final days of a month and a year are traditionally good times to buy a car, but that's not the whole story. [Wallet Hacks]

7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time and Money — Learn how to make better use of your time and money so that it benefits YOU. [Everything Finance]

How to Handle Sentimental Clutter — Owning fewer things can actually create more meaning and value for the sentimental possessions you decide to keep. [Becoming Minimalist]

Why You Need An Emergency Fund of Stuff — Keeping an stash of household and personal essentials on hand will reduce your stress, ensure your physical security, and keep more money in your bank account in case of an emergency. [Money After Graduation]

The Ultimate Adventure Travel Bucket List For Thrill Seekers — From white water rafting in the Poconos to sky diving over the Swiss Alps, these once-in-a-lifetime adventures should be on every thrill seeker's bucket list! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

15 Cheap or FREE Watercolor Hacks! — Stretch your art supply budget with these cheap or free hacks for painting with watercolors. [The Frugal Crafter]

EPA announces plan to clean up Colorado mines — The EPA will work to remove or control toxic contaminants from Colorado campgrounds, mine waste piles, ponds, and rivers over the next five years. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Important Financial Issues Facing The LGBTQ Community — Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on financial tips for the LGBTQ community. [Experian]

How To Create A Financial Plan Without Paying For An Advisor — A financial adviser will guide and coach you through the process of creating a financial plan that works for you, but it is possible to set it up on your own. [Money Under 30]

5 Money Tips for the Above-Average College Graduate — You've mastered academics, but do you know how to take control of your finances? [The College Investor]

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