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Finance blog Get Rich Slowly discusses which financial records you should keep on hand and for how long.

Keep any tax-related records for seven years.

Keep quarterly retirement/savings plan statements until you receive an annual statement. If the numbers match, shred the quarterlies and keep the annual summaries permanently.

Shred unimportant bank records after one year; keep the rest permanently.

Keep credit card receipts to reconcile with your statements, then keep the statements for seven years.

Paycheck stubs should be kept until you receive your end-of-year tax statements.

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