Price Book

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      Check out They tell you how to set up a price book
      and even have (free) printable forms you can use for the price book and a
      whole ton of others. they also give some tips on oamc, and a host of other

      i have found it to be a very valuable website.

      i thought i would ask, is it ok and welcome to post other websites here that
      we have found helpful in either organization or being frugal, or do we need
      to wait until that topic presents itself (as in this case)? if anyone
      wants, i have quite a few links to various topics such as: organizational
      (planner pages as well), homeschool, breastfeeding, childbirth and doulas,
      crochet, cloth diapering (including sewing your own) and some others. i’ll
      be happy to share what i have found if anyone is interested.


      > message: 22
      > Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 13:44:59 -0700 (pdt)
      > from: joan hamel <>
      > Subject: RE: Groceries and allowance
      > Hi,
      > I have a question… Do any of you keep a book or journal of prices in the
      grocery store. I am really bad with prices.

      I couldn’t tell ya what a gallon
      of milk or a box of cereal costs….. I know most of you would know that
      right off the top of your heads. I do look at flyers for deals (I just
      assume they are deals cause I wouldn’t have a clue) but I was wondering if
      you keep track of certain things like how much you should pay for chicken,
      steak, when it is a great deal to buy alot or just a so so deal to buy
      mayber a little extra not go nuts….

      I was thinking of starting one so I
      can price compare in different stores also. Do any of you have such a thing
      maybe you could share how you set it up and keep it current. Thanks
      > Joanie

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