Best Money Tips: The Best Websites for Freebies

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on legit websites to get free stuff, DIYs that make your car seem new again, and clever ways to save money on wrapping paper.

Top 5 Articles

37 Best Legit Websites to Get Free Stuff — Who wants free stuff that only becomes clutter? Check out these sites for freebies that you can actually use and will even save you money. [Money Pantry]

13 DIYs to Make Your Car Seem Like New Again — Use a coffee filter to dust the surfaces in your car. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Clever Ways To Save Money on Wrapping Paper — You can turn plain brown or white grocery bags into sturdy wrapping paper. Decorate with stamps, stickers, fabric accents, photos, or even your own drawings. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Christmas Gifts That Matter: Buying for People in Tough Times — This year, consider giving gifts that make a difference. For someone who is just getting started in life, you can offer to make a student loan payment or cover their commuting costs. [The Simple Dollar]

10 Steps To Rid Yourself Of Financial Stress — Worrying about something won’t change the outcome. Instead, work on a solid financial plan that will allow you to handle issues that come your way. [Run The Money]

Other Essential Reading

How to Start a 7 Figure Online Retail Business Without any Cash — Building a successful ecommerce business isn’t as challenging as it seems if you make use of all the resources and information that’s already available to you.  [The Financial Blogger]

4 Marketing Tactics to Try in 2018 — Podcasting allows you to get the word out to multiple channels at once, and it’s easy to repurpose content if you want to create another version as a blog post or video. [Due]

As interest rates rise, will borrower prudence, too? — Interest rates are rising — and are expected to continue rising. This trend is likely to change how consumers spend and save. [The Christian Science Monitor]

The Danger of Working While Collecting Social Security — You can work while taking Social Security benefits, but it isn’t always worth it financially. [Money Talks News]

Save for a Down Payment in a Year Without Breaking a Sweat — Take the human factor out of saving money by automating it with a service like BoostUp. [MintLife]

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