How Long to Keep Bills?

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Keep receipts and bills related to tax purposes such as cancelled checks, receipts and statements of interest and contributions for at least seven years. Keep all other bills, such as personal receipts and bills for at least 12 months.
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You should keep your bills for as least six months if possible. You can create a filing system once your bills are paid. You can go through them and discard/shred ...
You should keep your bills for as least six months if possible. You can create a filing system once your bills are paid. You can go through them and discard/shred ...
You should keep your bills for as least six months if possible. You can create a filing system once your bills are paid. You can go through them and discard/shred ...
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