Best Money Tips: 40+ Simple Ways to Save on Thanksgiving

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on simple ways to save money on Thanksgiving, things you should keep when you order take out, and fun ways to make money with social media.

Top 5 Articles

47 Simple Ways to Save Money on Thanksgiving 2017 (#36 Will Surprise You!) — Go light on the appetizers, or ditch them altogether. Thanksgiving dinner is often filling enough by itself! [Money Pantry]

8 Things You Should Never Throw Away When You Order Take Out — Hang on to salt and pepper and other condiment packets. They’re great for brown-bag lunches or just to keep in your purse or glovebox. [A Few Shortcuts]

5 Fun Ways to Make Money with Social Media — There’s a way to make money on every social media platform! [Money Q&A]

Blackout! How to Prepare for a Power Outage — You can make the cold temperatures in your fridge and freezer last longer with frozen bottles of water. [The Allstate Blog]

How to Save Money on Home Insurance — Certain personal characteristics may make you eligible for good-behavior price cuts on your home insurance. [Frugal Village]

Other Essential Reading

50 Fun, Unique Things You Can Only Do During the Holiday Season — There’s something special about sending and receiving snail mail, and the holiday season is a great time for it. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Which Home Improvements Should You Make? — The roof should be your first priority when it comes to home improvements. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Rid Yourself of Back Pain on a Budget — Back pain is no joke, but thankfully, there are affordable options that can help relieve the pain. [Dinks Finance]

10 Ideas for Filling a Christmas Gift Basket on a Budget — You can put together a personalized gift basket more cheaply than what they usually cost at a store. [Cheapism]

Why tax havens persist, and where a rethink could take hold — Tax havens are legal, but are they ethical and moral? This question is beginning to come to the fore as leaked documents reveal which companies and superwealthy individuals are stashing their money in offshore centers. [The Christian Science Monitor]