The Dime Roll: Budget Trips to Steamboat, Buying Foreclosed Homes, and More

April 8, 2016

April is moving fast and tax day is soon approaching, are you ready? Yeah. Some of us at The Dime aren’t either. While you continue to procrastinate on your taxes, revisit our posts from this past week where we gave you tips on starting your newlywed life right, Colorado craft bars, and how to get rolling for car show season.

This week’s Dime Roll is full of great posts from the web including info on weekend trips to Steamboat on a budget, spring cleaning your investments, and why everyone should work in food service at least once in their life.

This week on The Dime:

Wedding Day Dilemma: Don’t Start Your New Life in Debt

Delightfully Crafty Watering Holes Around Colorado

Revving Up for Car Show Season


Great info from our friends on the web:

Money Saving Tips:

Are “Monthly Boxes” Worth Subscribing? by Jeremy Hartley via MoneyNing

11 Best Things to Do in Steamboat Springs, CO – Activites on a Budget by Brian Martucci via Money Crashers

Money Management:

Where to Save Your Emergency Fund by William Cowie via Get Rich Slowly

4 Ways to Spring-Clean Your Investment Portfolio by Matt Bell via Wisebread

Food for Thought:

Is Buying a Foreclosed Home Ever a Good Idea? by Dan Rafter via Wisebread

Eight Reasons Everyone Should Work in Food Service at Least Once by Holly Johnson via The Simple Dollar