I'm trying to get my paperwork controlled. I used to file everything in my file cabinet and at the end of the year go through it all and shred what I didn't need. but now I don't want to do all that filing...does anyone know if the scanned receipt is acceptable or do you still have to have an original receipt for tax purposes?
I like the idea of the boxes...do you have them organized inside? My husband has a lot of health issues so I have a lot of paperwork from all that. I need medical reimbursment for all his bills
as for my monthly bills I only keep the latest bill and shred the month before, because if a credit card company or utility needs proof of payment they could care less if you have your bill.
I used to have my bank statements ebilled but then realized if I need a copy I have to print them costing me money. so I file them with my taxes in case I'm audited.
what do you do with your menus...I have them in a binder but not sure if I really like it or not...I hate going through them and cleaning out the expired ones...any suggestions?
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