The Dime Roll: Strategic Splurging, Free Stuff, and More

March 25, 2016

If you’re not still digging out from the blizzard, why not dig into some great personal finance content? The Dime contributors brought you ways toddlers can save you money (yes, you read that correctly) and the difference between two of the most common voluntary retirement savings plans for public employees. We also have tips from top personal finance bloggers from around the web!

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This week on The Dime:

4 Ways My Toddler Helps Me Save Money

A Brief Conversation about 401(k) and 403(b) Plans

Other great resources from around the web:

Money saving tips:

The Strategic Splurge: How to Save for Stuff You Really Want by Holly Johnson via The Simple Dollar

The Best Freebies From This Past Week by Crystal Paine via Money Saving Mom

Managing your money:

Should You Dispute Negative Items on Your Credit Report? by Miranda Marquit via Money Ning

Is an Extended Warranty Worth the Cost? by Michael Lewis via Money Crashers

Food for thought:

Why More Students are Leaving the U.S. for College by Sarah Grant via Bloomberg

Worried About Your Car Getting Hacked? So is the FBI by Bob Sullivan via Money Talks News