Q: I sell on Amazon but I don’t want to pay for a new printer to print my own shipping labels.
A: Whether you are a professional seller on Amazon Seller Central or an individual seller, you can print your own labels using an 8 ½ x 11” sheet with a built-in label. Our Peel Out! Shipping Label Sheets™ will work! These are 8 ½” x 11” sheets of custom mailing labels that can be printed using any laser or inkjet printer, on which you can print both a packing slip and a label. Some of our customers use Peel Out! Shipping Label Sheets™ for Paypal ® LS-PP . This layout accommodates both the Amazon packing slip on the paper and postage on the built-in label. Any Amazon seller can request no-charge samples of our compatible Amazon shipping labels.
Now, Amazon lets you purchase postage directly.
If you want to use an 8 ½ x 11” sheet with a built-in label, one of our Peel Out! Shipping Label Sheets TM should work.
These are 8 ½ x 11” sheets that can be printed using any laser or inkjet printer, on which you can print both a packing slip and a label.
Some of our customers use Peel Out! Shipping Label Sheets™ for Paypal ® LS-PP .
This should have enough room for both the Amazon packing slip on the paper, and for postage on the built-in label.
Any Amazon seller can request no-charge samples of our compatible Amazon shipping labels.
One of the questions we are asked most frequently is how do I get a copy of my W-2?
We sell blank W-2′s that employers purchase, complete, and send to their employees.
If you need your W-2 for 2010, first, you should contact your employer. If it is for an old tax year, you may contact the IRS:
Contact the IRS If you do not receive your W-2 by February 16th, contact the IRS for assistance at 800-829-1040. When you call, you must provide your name, address, city and state, including zip code, Social Security number, phone number and have the following information:
*Employer’s name, address, city and state, including zip code and phone number
*Dates of employment
*An estimate of the wages you earned, the federal income tax withheld, and when you worked for that employer during 2010. The estimate should be based on year-to-date information from your final pay stub or leave-and-earnings statement, if possible.
Burris Computer Forms ®, provider of Print-Your-Own (SM) postcards, labels and tags, announces the addition of 9-UP and 18-UP Tag layouts to the company’s Blank Printable Tags™ product line.
The new tags can be used for several different applications such as retail tags, warehouse tags, price tags, inventory tags, warning tags, discount tags, bag tags, inspection tags, auction tags, jewelry tags, shipping tags, key tags, product tags, barcode tags, hazard tags, refrigeration tags, plant tags, chemical tags, nursery tags, tray tags and ornament tags. The user can print as many or as few as needed, with “No wait. No waste. (SM) ” Blank, printable tags provide the additional advantage that they can be used for several different tag applications within an organization. Burris provides free templates for use with Microsoft® WORD and Publisher.
Burris Blank Printable Tags™ can be printed by using one’s own PC and printer. The user can create his/her own tag content and layout using existing software such as Microsoft® WORD or Publisher ®, and print immediately using his/her own printer. No additional hardware or software is required.
The Blank Printable Tags™ product line includes 6-UP, 8-UP, 9-UP and 18-UP layouts on 8 ½ x 11″ sheets. The perforated sheets, which fit in all printers, are easy to detach into individual tags. The 6-UP, 8-UP and 18-UP Tag layouts have a 0.25″ hole pre-punched for affixing the tags to products, bags, vehicles, keys, equipment, inventory and other items. (The 9-up tags do not come with a pre-punched hole).
The new 9-UP Blank Printable Tags™ feature nine rectangular, 2.25″ x 3.25″ tags. The new 18-UP Blank Printable Tags™ feature eighteen rectangular, 1.25″ x 3″ tags with a pre-drilled 0.25″ hole 0.5″ from the left side of tag and 0.25″ from the top edge of the tag. Burris also has tag string and elastic tag loops available for users to affix the tags to the tag products.
The new postcards can be used for several different applications and mailings throughout the year such as Valentine’s postcards, holiday postcards, invitations, Easter postcards, Breast Cancer Awareness postcards, inventory tags, photograph postcards, RSVP Cards, Real Estate Postcard Marketing, Product Information Cards, Warranty Cards, Blank Greeting Cards, Waybills, Survey Forms, Information Update Forms, Coupon Special Cards, Party Invitation Cards, Thank You Cards, Announcement Cards, Church Welcome Cards, Table Place Cards, Event Notifications, University Exam Number Cards, Recall Notices, Service Reminder Cards, Appointment Reminder Cards For Dentists, Veterinarians, and other Professional Appointment Reminder Cards, Meeting Reminder Cards, Flash Cards, Save-The-Date Cards, or Postcard Invoices.
Burris Print-Your-Own Postcards™ can be printed by using one’s own PC and printer. The user can create his/her own postcard content, message and layout using existing software such as Microsoft® WORD or Publisher®, and print immediately using his/her own printer. No additional hardware or software is required.
The Burris Print-Your-Own Postcards™ product line includes Four-of-a-Kind (4UP) and Jumbo (2UP)layouts on 8 ½ x 11″ sheets. The perforated sheets, which fit in all laser and ink jet printers and copiers, are easy to detach into individual postcards. The 4UP layouts are available in 9 grades of white card stock and 15 colors including the new Cotton Candy Pink. The 2UP layouts are available in 7 grades of white card stock and 15 colors including the new Cotton Candy Pink. Some are available with recycled content. The new Cotton Candy Pink Four-of-a-Kind Postcards™ feature four 4.25″ x 5.5″ postcards per sheet. The new Cotton Candy Pink Jumbo Postcards™ feature two 8.5″ x 5.5″ postcards per sheet.
Not sure how or where to recycle paper (or other products) in your area?
We stumbled upon a cool website…
The site is very easy to use and provides links to recycling information, by category. There is a brief description about the category, along with links to related articles. Users enter their zip code and voila!
“1-800-Recycling.com provides users with nationwide outreach to find recycling locations nearest to them (every zip code in the country is covered) for whatever it is they wish to recycle. Through its iPod App, 1-800-Recycling.com website and 1-800-Recycling phone service, users are directed to responsible recyclers of electronics, tires, oil, paint, glass, plastic, wood, mattresses, carpet, junk — almost anything that can be recycled. Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronics and e-waste, is the parent company of 1-800-Recycling.com.” -Businesswire
“The printing was flawless. I thought I might have an issue due to the thickness of the stock, but it was perfect. My only other concern was a bar code I printed on the tag and whether it could be read. Once again, there were no issues.
The forms were used to create inventory tags for a physical inventory. Each sheet was used to create two (2) two-part tags. The tags were separated horizontally to be sorted. A tag number in the form of a bar code was scanned and then the inventory was scanned for that tag. After each card was filled in on both sides of the perforation, the perforation allowed us to easily separate the tags. One remained with the inventory, while the other was sent to tag control for entry. This was a great improvement in our previous process of stapling tags together and then pulling them apart.
I cannot say enough about the service I received in ordering the product and having it delivered on time. Any delay would have cause a major inconvenience and expense to my organization.”