(Closed) NWR: What gets filed and saved in your household?

posted 8 years ago in Home
Post # 3
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Sugar bee

I think keeping a few months of bills paid is actually a good idea in case there is some form of discrepancy with your company or sometimes if I’m trying to update what were paying, say our electric on average, it is nice to have those statements to refer to. I think over a year is too much though.

My SO is in a union so I keep pertinent information regarding that. Such as his new union contract, his members card, information on how to contact the union, etc.

I also keep receipts for large purchases such as our television, a new computer or furniture. I bought a television 3 months prior and something went wrong with it and I needed the receipt to show when I purchased the television and to use for proof at best buy that I could get a new one. That’s all I can think of at this moment.

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

We keep our paystubs, but I am getting tired of it…we can print them out if anyone requests them, so I’m not sure why we do. lol.

We also keep all of our insurance, auto, financial aid, school, and lease paperwork.

Bills are case by case as I have had friends been accused of skipping on theirs only to be save by a receipt or something.

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