This week's Dime Roll covers everything from buying organic on a budget to working through money fights with your partner. Check out all the great content!
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Money Saving Tips:
7 Ways to Save on Organic (No Coupons Required!) by Molly via MoneySavingMom
Cutting down on your grocery bill doesn’t mean skipping out on organic food entirely. It just requires a little bit of planning and searching.
Lower Your Cable Bill Using Techniques a Hostage Negotiator Uses by Karla Bowsher via MoneyTalksNews
Some of these tips might seem counterintuitive, but they are probably so out of the norm of what a customer service rep hears, they might actually work.
4 Budget-Savvy Tips for Saving Money After a New Baby Arrives by Ashley Eneriz via MoneyNing
Welcoming a new baby comes with plenty of new expenses. Lessen the strain by following some of these tips.
How to Navigate 3 Common Money Arguments With Your Significant Other by Emily Guy Birken via Wisebread
Navigating money talks with your significant other can be uncomfortable and wrought with misunderstandings. But most of them are manageable if you know how to see where the other person is coming from.
Millennial Credit Crash Course by Mint.com
Studies show millennials aren’t exactly up on their knowledge about credit and credit scores. This infographic sheds some light on the information they might be missing.
6 Financial Items to Include on Your Spring Cleaning List by Paula Pant via DailyFinance
Conducting a financial spring cleaning every year can help you reduce expenses, ensure you’re getting the best rates, and bullet-proof your budget.
Food For Thought:
23 Research-Driven Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder by Rebecca Lake via CreditDonkey
If your productivity level is something you’re looking to improve, don’t miss this list. Not only is it extremely comprehensive, but it offered up some tips I never considered before.
5 Big Myths About What Millennials Truly Want by Brad Tuttle via TimeMoney
It has been touted that millennials don’t like fast food and would rather live in cities than suburbs. among many other things. But statistics show something quite different.