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Old 04-01-2010, 12:31 PM   #16
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are these just for payroll or all business expenses?
For everything but I only write a few checks a month. I pay all my bills by credit card then just write one check to the credit card co. So I guess I write 5 to 6 checks a month.
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Old 04-01-2010, 12:34 PM   #17
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I made a similar mistake the first time I bought something online. Back in college I went to buy my dad a birthday present. He has UMD football season tickets and loves to tailgate so I thought I wanted to get him one of those tin buckets that you keep beer and ice in, like this:


But what I actually paid like $30 dollars for (and this was when I was a broke college student so that was a TON of money) was a metal version of this:


The lesson: read the description. And don't drink and online shop.
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I buy alot of stuff on line just didn't think of checking the size descrition for checks. Now I bet they want $89 for a binder to hold these checks.
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sometimes when i try to save a ton of money for clothes shopping, i will get an odd size etc.

Usually just retrun it.
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Never had a bad experience buying stuff online and I have been doing it since 1998. I always buy from reputable storefronts and read the fine prints.
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I buy alot of stuff on line just didn't think of checking the size descrition for checks. Now I bet they want $89 for a binder to hold these checks.
Plus you'll need a hand truck and a back brace.
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This thread = 10 on the unintentional comedy scale!
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Just think of the Tiger Woods comercial when he ask the clerk do you accept checks and he holds up one of those big checks.
I did.
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Old 04-01-2010, 02:30 PM   #24
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Just tell your employees "It's inflation".
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Never had a bad experience buying stuff online and I have been doing it since 1998. I always buy from reputable storefronts and read the fine prints.
The fine print on these checks is 1 inch tall. Anybody have a good source for those extra large Manila Envelopes that I'm going to need so I can mail off my bills.

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Just tell your employees "It's inflation".
I was thinking of telling them they got a raise.
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The fine print on these checks is 1 inch tall. Anybody have a good source for those extra large Manilow Envelopes that I'm going to need so I can mail off my bills.
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The fine print on these checks is 1 inch tall. Anybody have a good source for those extra large Manilow Envelopes that I'm going to need so I can mail off my bills.
Are you going to have to hand write all checks now, or do you have a blueprint plotter?
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Are you going to have to hand write all checks now, or do you have a blueprint plotter?
Whats that?
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