graduation: New Low Credit Score Mortgages-Mortgage by Randy Newsletter- Apr 2014
- 04/30/14 10:41 PM
Tax season is over and this is the time of year that is perfect for organizing your personal household paperwork. Do you keep statements and receipts and other documents stashed away for years not really sure when it's safe to shred them? The rule of thumb (this is the IRS talking, not me) is if it's over 7 years old, shred it except for your tax return docs. Do a little spring cleaning and throw out old statements. Keep yourself safe by shredding and if you are too lazy to shred, make friends with a local banker or medical office who (4 comments)
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