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I bought this little fridge magnet at a kitsch shop, and guess what – it works perfectly well as a color palette checker.
Just make (or find) your own color card.
It doesn't matter at all if the card has precise colors. What matters is that it has colors!
Just make a test photo prominently including your color card in the scene before (or during, or directly after) your real shoot. Make sure the card is near your subject and in the same light.
Later, when processing the photo, compare the test photo to your card, and adjust both your monitor and your printer so that they display/print the test photo in the same colors as your card.
When that is done, your monitor and printer are calibrated to your taste. You won't have to do this again until you change your monitor or printer (or camera).
After that, if you see that your new photos don't have correct colors, just adjust them as needed, and they should then print with correct colors.
Enjoy the money you just saved!