Best Money Tips: Things That Are Cheaper After Christmas

By Amy Lu on 8 December 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Kinhxaydung's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things that are cheaper after Christmas, how to survive long flights, and tips to avoid a charity scam.

Top 5 Articles

— Retailers stock up on tech devices for the gift giving season, but once that ends they'll want to move out their overstocked items. You'll find the cheapest prices on tech after the holidays. [SheBudgets]

— Consider upgrading to a business- or first-class seat for really long flights. The extra space and better food and service can make a huge difference. [Money Talks News]

— Being an informed donor isn't just about choosing a charity you like. Be sure you understand and are comfortable with how the charity will spend your donated dollars. [The Allstate Blog]

— Don't waste your money on favors that your guests will throw out as soon as they get home. Opt for small gifts that they will actually use…or eat! [PopSugar Smart Living]

— Learn how to set up an effective goal that will create positive changes in your financial life. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

— Make it easy! Have some gear at home so that you can work out even when you're too lazy to go to the gym, or work out with friends if a little peer pressure is all you need to get moving. [Life Optimizer]

— Of all the skills you need to maintain a household, these seven will help you save the most money. [Ready To Be Rich]

— Always test drive a used car before you buy it, and ask for a dealer’s report on the car’s condition in writing. [easyWays]

— You can hire a professional appraiser, sure, but there are a few other ways to assess your home's value on your own. [Wallet Hacks]

— Create a separate email account, with very limited permissions, just for banking and shopping. [Common Cents Mom]

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