You don’t have to print it out, if you want to keep a running total on your computer. Just make sure to “save” each entry.But still, don't ya need a printer for that ?
I think I'll start with calling my bank , see what they might have if anything .
Although , that one that Knight suggested looks like it might be the trick.
You can buy a printer on Craigslist for less than $10. It’s the ink that costs the money, unless you have a laser printer and use toner. You get more copies for less money, but the initial investment can be salty.I don't
Just more stuff
I use Staples
Take a pic
Pick it up
Costs a buck
Or just use their copier
or the library's copier
I understandYou can buy a printer on Craigslist for less than $10. It’s the ink that costs the money, unless you have a laser printer and use toner. You get more copies for less money, but the initial investment can be salty.
You don’t have to print it out, if you want to keep a running total on your computer. Just make sure to “save” each entry.
I thought everyone had a printer.
I had 1 Year bookkeeping and 2 of accounting in High School. So from the time of my first bank account i was a stickler for keeping accurate records.I had time to think about "check register". It's not, it's a receipt of funds in & spending electronically register. I looked at ours and did find 3 checks written over the last 3 years. Paid property taxes by check but future will be paid electronically.
Wife thought keeping a separate accounting of money in & money out electronically wasn't needed. Until after a month she went to view the bank info online. With billing payment delay for online auto payments she wasn't happy not knowing what the exact balance was. Now she records the pay out dates & funds in dates & balances the account at the end of each month. Now she is happy with 100% accuracy knowing what is in our checking account.
We don't have a his & hers accounts. It's one pot that we've always had since the 1st. day of marriage.
I get thatI pay everything on line. And I haven't "balanced my checkbook" for about 20 years. Why waste my time when the bank does it for me. I can check my balance any time and anywhere from this chromebook or my iPhone
Hey - whatever works for you!I get that
It's just that I'm quite anal about transactions/balances
I'll compare my balances with my online bank
Keeps me resting easy