Records valuable and timely information regarding taxes, social security and IRA's. The most widely used budget book in America. Keep accurate totals of income and expenses that will have you on track and saving money in no time. Not dated - start any time. Good for a full year. Size: 10.5"x7.40".
Posted by Unknown on 19th Dec 2014
Dome 840 Personal Bookkeeping Ledger give me excellent organization on which I can organize my income and expenses as well as perform financial planning. I have used this ledger for over 5 years and highly recommend it to anybody that wants to organize their finances.
Posted by Delores on 16th Dec 2014
We have used these budget books for 25 plus years. We are lost without it. We order them from you every 2 years as stores in our area doesn't carry them. Very easy to use.
Posted by Roger Masse on 8th Dec 2014
The Dome Home Budget Book is the best one that I have found to keep track of my finances. I have tried other budget books, but they were not as easy to use as Dome's. I've used the book for over 10 years. I used to track it down in stores, but now use the web to order them.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2014
a great way to keep track of your spending; I've used it for years; would never be without my budget book
Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2014
We've been using this book for 20 years and find it the most helpful item for taxes each year. At our age, we like to review the pages and orderliness to which we are accustomed as we review the year and prepare our tax returns.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2014
I really like this book. I've been using it for years, but it could use some updating. Also, why can't I find it in any local office supply stores anymore?
Posted by Alan Wilcox on 1st May 2014
Very efficient. I have used them for over 40 years
Posted by Florence fitzsimmons on 22nd Feb 2013
Having been using this book for over te n years. Gave one to a daughter. Too expensive.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jun 2012
This book is old-school, but legit. It's really simple, and actually helps you get a handle on your spending. The trick to working with a budget and save money is 1) spend cash, 2) use this inexpensive little book by Mr. Picchione, to record everything you spend. And BAM!, you'r kids go to college, and the neighbors' don't. Start using it right away, but you should actually write the budget after a month or two, so you have a better idea of what you spend where.