Taxes were due almost one month ago. Your returns and refunds are now records, but how long should you keep them?
Eva Rosenberg reminds us that the IRS can come after you up to 10 years after filing, but if you have copies of your returns, checks, and refunds, you are keeping yourself protected. She suggests that you should keep your tax returns forever. But the most important thing? Making copies.
Do you have any strategies for keeping your records organized? That adds up to a lot of paperwork. Read the full post here and leave your organization tips!