In this week's Dime Roll we cover everything from how to score free TV and movies online to a checklist for getting yourself out of debt. Check it out.
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Money Saving Tips:
Where to Watch Free Movies and TV Online by Simon Hill on MoneyTalksNews
If you’re on the cable cutting bandwagon, you might be looking for some entertainment alternatives. These choices will give you something to do without impacting your wallet.
15 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get at the Library by Meg Favreau on MSNMoney
You are probably well aware that your local library has books and movies aplenty, but did you know you can also get tickets to museums or access to a photo library?
5 Things You Should Never Buy at Full Price by Nancy Mann Jackson on DailyWorth
While some items might be better quality the more you pay, there are certain items that you can almost always find at a discount – and they are just as good. If you want to save, look for deals on these products.
The Dangers of Heroic Budgeting by Trent on TheSimpleDollar
If you’ve committed to creating and following a budget, great job. You’re on the right track. But before you try to cut everything “frivolous” out, you might want to reconsider. Being too strict can seriously impede your financial progress.
Your Debt Free Checklist by Brad Chaffee on EnemyofDebt
Sitting on a mountain of debt? It can be hard to know to even begin to tackle it. This checklist will give you steps to getting started and abolishing your debt once and for all.
The Ultimate Training Course for Becoming a Shopping Sniper by Matt Giovanisci on ListenMoneyMatters
Shopping can easily put a strain on your budget if you aren’t careful. Learn ways stores get you to spend and how you can combat temptation with this informative guide.
Food For Thought:
Go Figure, Grandkids Want to Hear About Your Money Memories by Dan Kadlec on Time
Who says kids need to be in a classroom setting to learn important money lessons? It turns out they can learn plenty from listening to their grandparents’ money stories. In fact, 73% of young adults say that these stories have had an impact on their money habits.
How Depression Threatens Financial Well-Being by Luke Landes on ConsumerismCommentary
Depression can have a huge impact on every area of your life – including your finances. Even if depression isn’t something you suffer from, it’s important to be aware of how any emotion or mental ailment can affect how you manage money.