The Dime Roll: Reducing Waste, Who Pays for Drinks, Literally Throwing Money Away, and More

October 14, 2016

This week on the Dime Roll it’s two scary subjects: Halloween and taxes. First, we have a rundown of some of the best and most terrifying haunted houses across the state. Then, it’s a post on a topic some find even scarier than ghouls and goblins: taxes, specifically of the sales tax variety. As always, we bring you some awesome links to personal finance experts and news from across the web (including how Americans are literally throwing away millions of dollars).

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This week on The Dime:

BOO! Best Colorado Haunted Houses in 2016

Death and (Sales) Taxes

Other great resources from around the web:

Money Saving Tips:

5 Painless Ways to Lower Your Cell Phone Bill by Kyle James via WiseBread

5 Ways to Reuse Items to Save Money and Reduce Waste by Amy Livingston via Money Crashers

Managing your money:

Going Out With Friends: Who Pays? by Miranda Marquitt via Money Ning

Can You Buy a Car with a Credit Card? by Holly Johnson via The Simple Dollar

In the News:

Brexit is becoming a big fat mess by Mark Thompson via CNN Money

We Throw $62 Million Worth Of Coins In The Trash Every Year by Laura Northrup via Consumerist