Documents – Organize Your Personal Information From Insurance to Patent Information, Etc
Somehow, it never fails, once you need that info — it’s like — Where did I input it? You start looking in all the “good places” and it’s nowhere you should be found! Of course, you will find all stuff, but — normally the one you must-have will be nowhere in sight!
There is a straightforward way to avoid the above scenario. What you need can be a System to maintain an eye on your important records all the time. No more, fumbling, searching, cursing, and swearing! No more wondering — “where the heck would it be?”
Here’s what it is done to start locating insurance contracts, your will, any legal information, for instance, a patent and also other public information fast and with ease:
Set up Tabbed Sections Within A File as follows:
3. Credit and Loans
5. Estate Planning [including wills and post-mortem matters]
6. Important Personal
9. Major Assets
10. Professional Residences
11. Tax Records
12. Vehicles [including boats]
File each important document as outlined by each appropriate tab. Many times your files like savings bonds may be at home safe, you will be your attorney’s office, contracts, deeds, or perhaps patent information could be in the safe deposit bank safe deposit box.
Keep tabs on your important records. Keep them organized and available. You will not lose out on a tax deduction since you failed to keep the necessary receipt. More importantly, the System will help a spouse or executor locate your documents in case of death or disability.
13. Include Personal Records:
- Birth certificates of loved ones
- Death certificates of deceased members of the family
- Marriage license
- Divorce decree and custody agreement (if divorced)
- Passports (updated)
- Social Security numbers for family members
- The names and