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Write 'n Stick Receipt Books - 200 ct. - 3 pk.

by Adams |
Item # 276581
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Model # SC1188SWS |

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About this item

  • Spiral bound carbonless paper
  • Repositionable adhesive
  • Consecutively numbered within each receipt book
  • 200 receipts per book
  • 3 books per package
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The repositionable adhesive on Write 'n Stick® Receipt Books (200 ct. - 3 pk.) allows you to stick your receipts virtually anywhere so they will not get lost.

What Are the Features of Write 'n Stick Receipt Books?

These cash receipt books are spiral-bound on carbonless paper. This allows you to make a clean, legible duplicate copy of receipts without the mess caused by carbon paper. In addition, carbonless paper is biodegradable and stainfree. Because the copies are made at the same moment they're written, that means saves you time spent copying things over by hand.

The repositional adhesive sheets are consecutively numbered within each receipt book. Because of its features, this cash receipt book can help you organize a home business or retail store, and keep your records handy for further reference.

What Are the Best Practices for Handling Receipts?

Using a business receipt book like Write 'n Stick Receipt Books is the first step towards being organized at tax time. Make sure you keep all your receipts so that they're available in case of an audit. Make notes upon your receipts noting the business purpose of the expense, if it's not obvious. Scan your receipts, such as those from a paper receipt book, into a computer and keep them for six years, and make sure to maintain a backup of that information.

You can also keep a daily business journal that keeps tracks of expenses, sales and more. Detailed receipts are better to keep than simply canceled checks or bank statements.

About Adams

Adams produces expert-approved business, tax and legal forms to help you do it yourself (DIY) from your home. One of a family of brands owned by TOPS, which makes notebooks and legal pads. The company has been making office products since 1870, when William Burger Boorum and George L. Pease launched the Boorum & Pease partnership to create a blank-book manufacturing plant in the U.S. Of all the companies that would later join to become partof TOPS, Boorum & Pease was launched the earliest.

TOPS today is the leading manufacturer of office supplies, from small receipt books to recipe books, and it makes its products in the USA.

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