The Dime Roll: Money Lies, Tax Moves, Donating, & More

November 29, 2013

Wondering how you can cut your expenses? Searching for ways to save on a car? Find that and more in this week's Dime Roll.

Money Saving Tips:
How to Slash Your Monthly Expenses by $1,000 (or More) Per Year by Maryalene LaPonsie on MoneyTalksNews
Struggling to pare down your budget? You might think you’ve done all you can, but there are plenty of work-arounds that you might not have considered. Check these out.

5 Ways to Donate Without Spending Money by Cristin Frank on TheDollarStretcher
Just because you don’t have extra cash to give away this holiday season, that doesn’t mean you can’t donate something that could make a world of difference for someone else. These ideas are a great place to start.

How to Save a Fortune When Buying a Car on FreeMoneyFinance
Purchasing a car is already pain, but with a little extra legwork, you could end up getting a far better deal. These tips will help you get the biggest bank for your car-buying buck.

Money Management:
13 Money Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself By Age 40 by Business Insider on DailyFinance
Think debt collectors will stop trying to chase you once you’re retired or that it’s important to see your kids through college before saving for retirement? These are just some of the lies you should stop telling yourself after you hit 40.

23 Financial Experts Share Their Best Investing Secret for Beginners by Carrie Smith on InvestorJunkie
Investing can be incredibly intimidating – especially when you feel like you’re lacking the knowledge needed to create a successful outcome. This post offers an extensive amount of information from those with plenty of experience.

The 10 Worst Tax Moves You Can Make by Tim Lemke on Wisebread
If you want to avoid paying more in taxes then you have to, or you want to avoid costly penalties, it’s important to really get acquainted with the rules and best practices for your particular situation.

Food For Thought:
How to Be Thankful, Wherever You Stand by David Weliver on MoneyUnder30
When life and financial stressors are all you see, it can be hard to feel grateful -- but that's precisely the time when it's the most beneficial.

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