July 14, 2016

Cashbook

For the longest time, I’ve been using a separate notebook to record the debit and credit of my Current Account because the pages in the checkbook is very limited. I only use it if I need to issue a check but of course there are bills to pay every month so I really need more pages.



So when I saw this Cashbook in Daiso Japan, I immediately bought it. There are more choices of this but there is no English version so hindi ko alam kung ano yung nakasulat sa column. Hehehe!


Read: The Daiso


The cashbook is very simple, it is like having a passbook where you put the income, expense and balance. I only bought two pieces for 108 yen each and I hope by the time na maubos ito, e available na siya sa Daiso here in the Philippines.


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6 comments:

  1. Great idea sis. Sana this will be available here too. Oh I super like to go to Daiso by the way. I want to buy Bento tools :)

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    1. True, I also bought some bento tools in Daiso. :)

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  2. Andaming magagandang products talaga ang Japan! I haven't used a cashbook to for our finances, maybe I should start doing that! I'm only using log book, sobrang laki, I can't take it anywhere. This one looks handy, baka mas lalo kong mamanage finances namin pag ito gamit ko.

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    1. Ang laki nga ng logbook, hehehe! Before I was using small notebook naman para handy. :)

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  3. This Cashbook is so perfect talaga for recording daily expenses, paying bills and stuff. Tsaka malaki yung space para sulatan unlike regular checkbooks. Thanks for sharing Sis, I will look something like this here para maka start ako to record my expenses.:)
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