Ten Essential Documents That You Should Always Have on Hand

Even in the digital age, our lives are filled with papers. We are constantly forced to manage an avalanche of receipts, junk mail, bills, invoices, flyers, insurance cards, insurance policies, etc., etc. Just keeping track of all of the paperwork can be a full-time job. However, there are a few essential documents that you should have on hand, ready to access at any time. They include: 1. Your Will. You should always maintain the original copy of your will in your home. 2. Your Financial Power of Attorney. As a part of your estate planning, it is essential that you have a financial power of attorney. The will is helpful should you die, but provides no help at all should you become disabled a

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