Organize Your Important Papers: What to Keep and Where

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It is wise to periodically review your important papers. The beginning of each new stage or change in your life calls for a fresh look at the types of records and papers you should be keeping. Whether you are a student, married person, employed person or setting up your first apartment or house, new roles and responsibilities call for new ways of thinking about keeping personal records.

The following guide to record-keeping will help you work out a personalized and efficient system for preserving and safeguarding important family papers. Moreover, it will provide a handy reference for deciding what items to keep, why you need to keep them, how long to keep them and where they should be kept.

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