Place this credit card register into any standard checkbook cover. It's the same size and appearance as most standard check registers. Each page provides columns to update both the Debt balance and the amount of Available Credit. Never be in the dark again not knowing how much you currently owe, or worse, not knowing how much available credit you have at any given moment (like when it's time to pay the restaurant bill!).
- Dimensions: 6" x 3" (closed booklet).
- Capacity: 19 full pages provide 247 double-line transactions, or 494 single-line transactions per register.
- A page for Automatic Charge reminders.
- A page for Notes.
- Three-year calendar on the backside cover (2011, 2012, 2013). THIS DATE RANGE IS ADMITTEDLY OUTDATED, WHICH IS WHY THIS REGISTER IS PRICED FOR CLEARANCE. WE OVER-PRODUCED THIS INNOVATIVE PRODUCT IN OUR FIRST YEAR OF BUSINESS, USING THESE YEARS FOR ITS CALENDARS. AS A NEW BUSINESS, WE ARE SORRY THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO INVEST IN PRINTING REGISTERS WITH 2013,2014,2015 CALENDARS UNTIL THESE ARE SUBSTANTIALLY SOLD OUT.
- Easy to understand instructions on the inside covers.
: You can share the same checkbook cover as your current checkbook and its register (convenient, since these covers often have slots for credit cards and debit cards as well). Simply insert the top booklet cover of the credit card register into the same section as the check register's top booklet cover, preferably on top of it. This would place the credit card register on top of the check register (thus keeping the check register closest to the checkbook and the credit card register closest to the credit cards). To visually distinguish one register from the other, add our tab dividers (AC-101) to your shopping cart. Simply place one of these dividers on top of the credit card register and another between the two registers before inserting all into the checkbook cover.Multiple Credit Card Users
: There is no need to limit yourself to just one credit card register for your checkbook cover. You can fit three or four of these standard size credit card registers into a single checkbook cover in addition to the check register! This means you could keep track of three or four credit cards all in the same checkbook cover (using the standard size credit card registers). To visually distinguish one register from the other, just insert our tab dividers (AC-101) between the registers. If you have more than four credit cards (up to six) we recommend our Slim registers (CR-102), which will allow five to six credit card registers to fit in a single checkbook cover (because there are fewer pages per register) in addition to the check register, and if you have more than six credit cards, you can track up to ten, twelve, even fourteen accounts (including checking/debit accounts) with our loose-leaf registers (CR-103 and DR-101), because you can choose to use just a few sheets per each account (this time using our AC-102 tabs to separate the sections).
While we recommend the above suggestions for tracking multiple accounts, a single register can
be adapted to track multiple accounts, for there is a line at the
top of each page to enter a credit card account name and its credit
limit. Hence, you can
divide a single register into multiple sections, one
for each credit card, based on the estimated usage of each card (you'd assign
heavily used cards more pages per section than moderately used or
infrequently used cards). However, although a single register can be used to track multiple credit cards in this manner, unless you use each card about the same as estimated, one card
may reach the end of its section well before the other cards reach the
end of their sections, requiring you to start a new register booklet
prematurely or devising some other, likely awkward, strategy to use up the entire booklet. Also, this method would not allow you to store away your completed registers by account, since several accounts are using a single register. Because of these limitations, we do not recommend this choice and instead recommend our Slim registers (CR-102) or our loose-leaf packs
(CR-103). These alternatives provide more efficient multi-card
tracking while still using a single checkbook cover.
Our emphasis has been on having your credit card registers being as portable as your checkbook and its register by making it possible to use a single checkbook cover to contain all of your registers, both for credit card and checking/debit card accounts. This also provides the added benefit of having all your accounts in one compact container. If these benefits are not that important for your circumstances, you can simply use a separate standard credit card register for each of your credit cards, regardless of how many you have, any simply keep them all neatly stored in an easily accessible file box, drawer or file cabinet in your home or office.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 18 November, 2011.