This week's Dime Roll covers everything from the best things to save on this fall to how to establish an emergency fund with modest savings. Check it out.
This Week on The Dime:
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Money Saving Tips:
10 Delicious Freeze-Ahead Dinners for Busy Fall Weeknights by Ashley Marcin on Wisebread
There’s nothing I hate more than reaching the point of starvation on a weeknight because I have nothing planned for dinner and don’t have energy to do the prep. Enter these delicious, freeze-ahead meals.
8 Surprising Things You Can Get for Free by Koa Beck on DailyWorth
If you’re paying for these 8 things – think ebooks, invitations, and more – you’re literally throwing money away. Find out what else you can get for the awesome price of free.
How to Survive a Night Out on the Town When You’re on a Budget by Claire Murdough on ReadyForZero
Whenever I’m trying to save money, my social life is the first thing that suffers. But the truth is, you can go out with friends without completely blowing your budget. Here’s how.
How I Paid Off $22,000 of Credit Card Debt by Latisha Styles on YoungFinances
Debt is a growing problem for a huge portion of the population. That’s why I love those feel-good stories about someone who has actually managed to slay the debt dragon. Here’s one of those awesome stories.
How to Grow an Emergency Fund from Modest Savings by Holly Martins on TwoCents
How do you give yourself the padding of an emergency fund when you don’t have a whole lot of breathing room in your budget? Check out these tips.
Food For Thought:
Should You Pay Your Child for Good Grades? by Naomi Mannino on Bargaineering
Some parents incentivize their kids to do well in school by offering a payout for certain grades. But is this a good long-term strategy?
12 Entrepreneurs Share the Best Advice They Received from a Teacher by Stephanie Vozza on FastCompany
We’ve all received advice from a teacher that has stuck with us through the years. These successful entrepreneurs share what continues to inspire them in their endeavors.