Dec 27 , 2018

11 Tax-Related Documents You Should Never Throw Away

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Life happens

Nothing in life can be certain except death and taxes, at least that’s what Benjamin Franklin thought back in 1789 when he was referring to the constitution. What is also certain is that other life events like marriage, divorce, and adoption affect your taxes. That’s why Jill Gonzalez, a tax analyst for Wallet Hub says, “All documents related to life events such as marriage, a death of a spouse, divorce, alimony payments, adoption papers, or custody agreements should be saved.” Check out these other 100 things we think are worth saving—and how to reuse them around your house.

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