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Ensure your financial records are accurate when you use a printing calculator. Take into account the types of functions you need your calculator to perform, the speed and how its appearance can help you when working.
Functions: For basic functions suited to everyday accounting and enhanced portability, go for an entry-level printing calculator. These are cost-effective and compact. For advanced work, choose a printing calculator that has extra functions to handle complex calculations, such as a tax calculation key, independent tax keys, a currency exchange ability, loan wizard function, multi-level totaling capabilities and markup keys.
Appearance and speed: See your calculations clearly with a large display screen and two colors of ink instead of just one on a printed roll. Choose a calculator that displays your preferred number of digits on the screen. Consider how many lines you need printed per second; if you'll be doing lots of calculations, aim for eight.