Adams Wirebound Money/Rent Receipt Books

11 reviews - By: Adams

Adams Wirebound Money/Rent Receipt Books
MSRP : $12.49

Sale : $6.28
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Keep track of your finances by using Adams Wirebound Money/Rent Receipt Books. This set will allow you to itemize and organize customer information and transactions. Each two-part form indicates a place to put the date, payer's name, purpose of payment, payment amount, the time period that the amount covers and the amount due. It provides an area for the amount paid, balance and signature of the recipient. These Adams Receipt Books have convenient circles that let you check off a method of payment. The spiral-bound forms are consecutively numbered, and the two-part carbonless paper sequence originals come in white with duplicates in canary to keep copies. The rent payment receipt books are ideal for small businesses or service providers.
  • 4 forms per page
  • 2-part carbonless: White originals, Canary duplicates
  • 200 sets per book
  • Wraparound cover attached to back to place between sets
  • Spiral-bound


Exactly what we needed.

We have use these rent receipt books for years and this is the best price I have found. They arrived in less than 24 hrs -- UNBELIEVABLE :)


Invoice booklet

Great buy! This product meets the need in any business or property rental practice when it provides proof of payment made/received for both the owner and the other party. Great quality. Recommended


great product

This is a great receipt book. I'm now able to give receipts for money owed while keeping a copy for myself.



I order these all the time.They are cheaper than any where else I have found..


Receipt Books

I do like this receipt book. It allows me to keep EVERY receipt recorded in ONE place! I prefer the "wider" version though, it gives me a little bit more room for writing and fits in the storage space with other things better. Oh, and the other thing that I DON'T like about this product is that it did NOT come with a "slip" board to place between sets while writing - I had to improvise, which isn't a big thing, unless you don't have anything to use at the time.