What is an end stub checkbook cover?

What is an end stub checkbook cover?

This Blue End Stub Vinyl Checkbook Cover is secured with a silver snap button and compactly holds your end stub checks. The elongated cover has a pouch to slide the check backer into. The checks and cover then fold in half and are held closed by the button snap.

What is a top stub checkbook?

Top-Stub Checks offer you the convenience of record keeping right at the top of your check. You can record the check number, amount, balances, and additional information as you write your check. When the check is torn away, the record you made remains for reference.

How do duplicate checks work?

Duplicate checks come in the same type of binding as single checks. This allows them to fit wherever you had been storing your regular checks. With duplicates, each check is followed by a thin sheet of paper that serves as a carbon copy. The copy has the same check number printed on it for reference.

What are single checks?

Checks printed on single pages and do not include any duplicates are known as single checks; checks printed on multiple pages with an additional carbon copy underneath the original check are duplicate checks.

What do you do with checkbook covers?

A checkbook wallet ensures that all the mementos arrive home along with all the memories….Ephemera Hoard

  • Playing cards.
  • Postcards.
  • Tarot cards.
  • Paper money.
  • Event ticket stubs.
  • Movie tickets.
  • Lottery tickets.
  • Office objects like Post-its, Rolodex cards, etc.

Do banks give checkbook covers?

When opening a new bank account and ordering checks, many receive a complimentary checkbook cover, but do not know how to use it. In addition you may receive a transaction register as well. The transaction register is to manually record the date, payment to, and amount you write each check to.

Are duplicate checks better?

Having a duplicate makes it easy to see who you paid, how much you spent, and when the check was written. The entire check is copied, so can also see anything you’ve written elsewhere, such as if you added your phone number to the top of the check.