Best Money Tips: How to Save Money While Traveling Abroad

By Amy Lu on 5 February 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on tips to save money while you’re traveling abroad, ways to invest in real estate, and tips for running in winter.

Top 5 Articles

5 Tips for Traveling Abroad That Will Save You Money — Avoid losing money to excessive fees by doing your financial homework before you head to the airport. [Money Under 30]

How To Invest in Real Estate (11 Different Ways!) — Buying property to rent or flip isn't the only way to invest in real estate. [Good Financial Cents]

Tips For Winter Running — Don't let winter weather keep you holed up indoors. It only takes a little prep to run comfortably and safely on cold winter days. [Frugal Beautiful]

13 Tips to Keep You Awake in Class (and at Work!) — Sit up and focus on your posture. Slouching can cause stress on your shoulders, making you feel tired. [PopSugar Smart Living]

9 Tax Breaks You Can Still Claim for 2018 — As you start tax planning for the new year, make a note of the deductions that survived that federal tax overhaul. [Money Talks News]

Other Essential Reading

The Most Economic Ways to Use a Timeshare — Time shares aren't meant to be profitable moneymaking ventures, but you can get more value from a purchase by buying from an existing owner. [Disease Called Debt]

5 Steps to Take If You Don’t Finish Your College Degree — Many positions require a college degree, but there are still many other career paths that don't. Consider taking these steps to grow a career when you haven't finished college. [Everything Finance]

6 ways to save money for your small business — Try bartering with other businesses. Exchanging services or products will allow both companies to save some money. [Punch Debt]

6 Ways to Avoid Becoming a Pickpocket Victim — Beware of fake police offers asking you to turn over your ID or passport. It's a common scam that targets tourists in particular. [Len Penzo]

A tempest over tipping, as Labor Department weighs rule change — A new proposal from the Department of Labor would allow employers to run tip pools. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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