Money on the Go

When you’re a striving entrepreneur and world traveler, it’s easy to lose track of receipts or forget how much you tipped your cab driver.

To stay on top of your travel expenses, “get yourself a separate travel wallet,” says Erica Dublin, CEO of women’s travel site SeeJaneFly. “Use it only when you travel and make sure it has a ton of pockets, it’s easy to use and fits in any bag, including a clutch.”

To start your business trip off right, “keep a wallet with only your business credit card (for business expenses only), bank card and cash for taxis.” She also suggests a mini file-sorter with different tabs for transportation, client dinner, meals, and personal expenses.

Kena Kai’s DataSafe wallet, approved by the US Government to meet security standards, has 19 card slots and comes with a lifetime warranty.

This receipt catcher from is compact, comes with a mileage log, and is less than $10!

For the more tech-savvy, this NeatReceipts mobile scanner can electronically export your receipts to Excel, Quicken and more.

Dublin likes iPhone apps like Expense2Go to help manage and synchronize your travel expenses anywhere, anytime.

Bonus PINK Link: Money is tight. Control your spending and future credit options with these three easy steps.

By Caroline Cox

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only
walls.” Joseph Campbell

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