The Dime Roll: Robots are More Honest, IRAs for Kids, and More

April 22, 2016

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If you had big plans this weekend to scour the web for the week’s best personal finance content, you’d better clear your schedule—we’ve got you covered. Plus, this week on The Dime we had posts on getting a jump start on next year’s tax refund, how to get the most out of a day at the ballpark, and the first of many quick tips for our readers. Let us know if you’d like to see more!

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This week on The Dime:

Baseball on the Cheap

Tax Day: Know What You Owe

Quick Tips: Teaching Personal Finance with Pizza Coupons?

Other great resources from around the web:

Managing your money:

Truth Be Told, We’re More Honest with Robots by Bryan Borzykowski via BBC

Does Your Kid Need an IRA? by Matt Bell via WiseBread

Money Saving Tips:

20 Key Strategies for Finding Incremental Savings in Your Life by Trent Hamm via The Simple Dollar

5 Ways an Apple Watch Can Pay for Itself, and Save You Hundreds by Nancy Durham via Money Talks News

Food for thought:

Should Moms Manage the Money? by Ron Lieber via New York Times

Walgreens to Pay $500,000 for Overcharging, Misleading Customers by Chris Morran via Consumerist