Best Money Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Saving Money at the Movies


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on saving at the movies, throwing a cheap and easy holiday party, and why investing your emergency fund is a bad idea.

Top 5 Articles

The Ultimate Guide to Saving Money at the Movies - 45 Tips! — Save money at the movies by signing up for rewards programs and buying in bulk. [And Then We Saved]

How to throw a cheap and easy holiday party — When throwing a holiday party, use paper plates and reusable cloth napkins. [Living on the Cheap]

Why Investing Your Emergency Fund Isn't a Good Idea — Investing your emergency fund is a bad idea because it is your last line of financial defense. [Money Smart Life]

Are Your Investments Tax Efficient? 3 Things to Check — To determine whether or not your investments are tax efficient, reevaluate Roth vs. Traditional IRAs. [Money Under 30]

Why You Shouldn't Buy a Game Console This Holiday Season — Game consoles are expensive and can't be upgraded, so they may not be a good purchase this holiday season. [MoneyNing]

Other Essential Reading

7 Tips for Giving Allowances — If you are going to give your kids an allowance, set a payday and guidelines. []

3 Hiring and Recruitment Changes You Need to Know About — Be aware of the fact that social media has greater importance now when it comes to getting a job. [Cash Money Life]

Use New Technology To Replace The Old And Save Money — To save money on your home energy costs, use new technology like programmable thermostats and LED light bulbs. [Bible Money Matters]

Happy New Born! Throw a New Year's Themed Baby Shower — When throwing a New Year's themed baby shower, use sparkly decor. [Parenting Squad]

15 Facts That Will Instantly Make You Happier — Did you know the actors who voiced Minnie and Mickey Mouse were married in real life? [PopSugar Smart Living]

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