Best Money Tips: Freebies You Can Score in May

By Amy Lu on 3 May 2018 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on freebies you can grab this month, surprising expenses that you can cover with an HSA, and short term investments that make sense for young investors.

Top 5 Articles

8 Marvelous Freebies You Can Grab in May — There are lots of freebies you can score this month, including comic books, frozen treats, and even admission to public gardens. [Money Talks News]

Using an HSA? These 10 Allowable Expenses May Surprise You — Health savings accounts offer a number of great benefits, and you may be surprised by some of the medical expenses that they cover. [Quick And Dirty Tips]

10 Short Term Investments For Young Investors — Short term investments that are much less likely to lose value could make a lot of sense for millennials who may be looking at expensive life events in the near future, like buying a house or having a baby. [The College Investor]

27 Great Hobbies for Small Spaces & Minimalist Lifestyles (+ 7 Bonus Tips!) — Some people have an entire room dedicated to their hobby, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy your favorite pastime in a small space. [The Tiny Life]

How To Drive Your Car To 200,000 Miles — Driving your car to 200,000 miles is doable and financially responsible — here's how! [Money Under 30]

Other Essential Reading

5 Unexpected Expenses For First Time Homebuyers — Are you going to buy your first house? Make sure to account for these expenses so you can create a more accurate budget. [Everything Finance]

5 Ways To Take The Pain Out of Decluttering — Tackle the most frustrating area first, but keep it small. This quick win will help build your motivation and keep the momentum going. [Frugal Beautiful]

How To Organize Small Pantry Cabinets — Use these organization tips to maximize the space in a small pantry. [The Organized Mama]

When 'Rules of Thumb' for Life Insurance Aren't Appropriate — Stay-at-home parents, families with young kinds, and those nearing retirement are better off not following a common rule of thumb for life insurance. [Kiplinger]

Keep Tabs on Old Retirement Accounts — Learn what you can do to avoid losing track of your retirement accounts as you switch jobs. [Two Cents]

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