Apr 10, 2015 ... Here's a list of financial records and an explanation of how long to keep them on
Sales Receipts (Unless needed for tax purposes and then keep for 3 years) ...
then you need to keep for 3 years); Quarterly Investment Statements (Hold on to ...
May 13, 2016 ... Generally, you must keep your records that support an item of income, deduction
or credit shown on your tax return until the period of limitations ...
Apr 27, 2015 ... Some financial documents need to be kept, but others can be shredded and
tossed. Here's a guide on what to keep and for how long.
How do they decide where to store and keep such records and papers? ...
divorce or separation, children reaching legal age, a long illness, a lawsuit, ...
Some of your important papers, such as investments, are of a business or
Apr 11, 2013 ... How Long to Keep Business Records ... say you should keep your year-end
financial statement permanently, expired insurance policies for four ...
You should keep the actual returns forever, but you can get rid of the supporting
documents after three years. ... You also need to save records pertaining to your
house as long as you live in it. Records showing ... Sponsored Financial Content.
Not to mention the time you'll save in the long run. What records to keep and how
long to keep them. Organizing your financial records can also give you a firmer ...
Mar 24, 2010 ... I'VE long been a pack rat when it comes to saving financial documents. I have a
file cabinet full of old cellphone and credit card bills, brokerage ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... But how long should you keep them? FDIC Consumer News can't tell you when
it's safe to throw away financial documents. One thing to ...