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· Mark
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I use (4) credit cards almost daily, keep cash, license and about 10 other misc cards that I need, but not always (3 medical cards, fishing license, sam's club, restaurant rewards card).

When I charge the cards I keep the receipt in my wallet and a few times each week I enter them in quickbooks (business) or quicken (personal).

My wallet is just a simple two sided, cards on one side and cards on another. It gets cluttered with receipts and can get thick and disorganized.

I need to get organized, I am losing cash, receipts and just lost a check from a job I got paid for.

What are you using and where can I buy one? I do not necessarily need something I can fit in my pocket.

· Banned
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