Using A 7-Hole Check Binder
One of the unfortunate parts of owning a business is that you have to write checks. Whether you are paying bills, ordering inventory or paying wages to your employees, having the right supplies on hand can make a huge difference in how convenient it is to get the payments where they need to be.
Most business checks, for instance, come in large pages with three checks to a page. These pages don’t fit in a standard binder. Instead, they require a special 7-hole check binder that is specifically designed for holding checks.
For a long time I just used the binder that my bank gave me when I first opened my business checking account. Over the years, however, it started to show signs of wear. The spine was starting to weaken, and the exterior of the binder had definitely seen better days.
I recently upgraded to a new binder and it has made a world of difference. The one I purchased came with a zippered pouch inside where I can store a small calculator, pens or pencils and other small office supplies. This makes it easy to write checks since I have everything I need in one place.