The Dime Roll: What Not to Buy, College Grad Debt, Old Computers, and More

May 27, 2016

This week on the Dime we brought you the second part of a three part series on home renovations, a profile on an Educational Sign Language Interpreter in Aurora Public Schools, and some tips on creating a spending plan. As always, we also have some of the best personal finance content and news from across the web. Enjoy!

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This week on The Dime:

Interpreters in Schools Help Deaf Students Sign Their Way to Success

The Power of a Spending Plan

Other great resources from around the web:

Money Saving Tips:

Why You Should Worship Your Old Computer by Drew Housman via The Simple Dollar

What Not to Buy This Summer by Jeremy Hartley via Money Ning

Managing your money:

Ease Into Minimalism with Some Simple Steps by Claire Millard via WiseBread

10 Debt Management Tips for New College Grads by Allison Martin via Money Talks News

In the News:

Microsoft Protects You from Yourself, Band Worst Passwords by Kate Cox via Consumerist

Better than a Raise: Companies Are Giving Employees More than Money Mark Dixon via CNBC