Best Money Tips: Ways Families Can Save Money This July


Welcome to Wise Think's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how families can save money this July, things to do before you leave for vacation, and two year versus four year colleges.

Top 5 Articles

4 Ways Families Can Save Money This July — Families can save money this July by taking advantage of 4th of July sales. [Parenting Squad]

14 Things You Forget to Do Before Leaving for Vacation — Before you leave on vacation, don't forget to stop your mail and pay your bills. [POPSUGAR Smart Living]

The Question of Twos and Fours: Choosing Between a Two- and Four-Year College or University — In the battle of two year versus four year colleges, it's important to consider the overhead expenses associated with college. [Penny Pinchin' Mom]

Are High-End Headphones Really Worth the Money? — High-end headphones tend to have better audio quality and more features, making them worth the money. [Lifehacker]

Four Professionals That Can Get Your Money Right — A mortgage lender can let you know your loan options, even if you aren't ready to submit an application. [Planting Money Seeds]

Other Essential Reading

10 Bad Email Habits You Need to Stop Doing Now — When it comes to emailing, stop picking the wrong subject line and using unnecessary words. [Lifehack]

21 Questions to Ask Yourself When All You Seem to Do Is Fail — If you consistently fail, it is important to ask yourself what you could be doing differently. [Dumb Little Man]

17 Free 4th of July Printables — In need of some last-minute 4th of July printables? Look no further than this list! [InkJet Willy]

16 Things You Shouldn't Have to Justify to Anyone Else — You should never feel like you have to justify the need to express your emotion to anyone else. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

You Have to Go the Distance to Reach Your Goals — There are no easy paths or quick answers to reaching your goals. You have to go the distance to achieve them! [Time Management Ninja]

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