2 thoughts on “Printable Budget Planner/Finance Binder Update

    • Hi Anna,

      I live in Australia and most of my customers live in the USA. The cost to print and ship the planners would be too expensive. Selling the planners as a printable file means you can download the files quickly, print them endlessly for your personal use (if you run out of a page just print some more copies) and can choose which files to print based on what works best for you. E.g. there are multiple styles of bill payment checklists so you can pick and choose which pages you like, arrange them in any order providing more flexibility than printed, bound and shipped planners. If you do not own a printer you can take the files on a usb to an office supply store such as Staples or Office Depot and have them print the pages for you. A print release form can be downloaded for free from the online store: http://www.allaboutthehouseprintables.com.au/free/print-release-form/ (some places will ask to see this before printing). You can also upload the files to a print and ship website e.g. best value copy – they will print the pages and ship them to your order. Personally, I would recommend purchasing a printer (they are quite cheap these days) and purchasing non-genuine ink cartridges off eBay. The ink cartdiges for my printer cost $2 compared to $30 for the genuine cartridges in a retail store! I haven’t noticed a difference in print quality and the cartridges last as long as the genuine ones.

      Regards,
      Rachael

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