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Welcome to My Income Journey’s money saving tips page! After you’ve worked hard to earn your money, you need to know how to wisely take care of it.¬†Here you’ll find everything from tracking your money, how to save money when traveling, investment ideas, cutting your grocery bill, and more! There are two ways to pay for that vacation you’re dreaming of, either earn more or save more. I recommend both!

Save Money Shopping

How to Coupon Without the Extreme – Step by step guide to couponing

Top Coupon Apps – Earn money back after shopping

10 Ways You Are Wasting Your MoneyMake sure you aren’t doing these mone-draining mistakes!

Save Money Buying Discount Gift Cards – Get discounts for places you already shop like Starbucks, Fandango, Nike, iTunes, AMC Theaters, and more!

Save Money with Ibotta – Save money with this free app and get $10 after your redeem your first rebate!

Free Stuff for Baby – How to save money and get free stuff when you have a baby.


Save Money on Bills

How to Get FREE Home Phone Service – Keep your same number, long distance, caller ID, and more for free!

Call Your Phone, Internet, and Cable Providers – How an 11-minute phone call saved me $180.


Travel Savings

How to Save Money on Plane Tickets – Seven tips to help you find the cheapest flights!


Holiday Savings

Easy, Fun, DIY Halloween Costumes – 10+ ideas that are cheaper than store bought and more fun too!

How to Budget for Christmas – Free printable to keep your spending under control.

Father’s Day Gifts Under $30 – Gift ideas for geeky, sporty, prepared, sentimental, and techie Dads.


Financial Tips

10 Financial Habits Everyone Should Be Doing – Tracking, budgeting, negotiating, credit scores, and more!

How to Start Tracking Your Finances – This is vital for financial control!

How I File Easily File Taxes – Here’s how I recommend filing taxes.

How to Easily Save $500 – Increase your savings by $500 by following this 100-day schedule.

Letting Kids Make Financial Decisions – How my son took over his birthday finances and why.

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