Getting and staying organized isn’t easy for everyone. Some people get too overwhelmed, some just don’t care, but some truly have challenges that prevent them from understanding the concepts. For educational purposes, here are a few links that may be helpful.
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Ah, the good old IRS.
Just how long should we hang on to all that paper? They suggest keeping tax
records for at least three years after the filing date. That’s the time period
the IRS typically has to examine filed paperwork or perform an audit on taxpayers,
and also the time allowed for you to file an amended return should you discover
errors on past returns. If you own a business, it’s advisable to keep
supporting documents for tax returns for six years. Keep the actual tax returns
indefinitely because you’ll need them if you apply for new loans or disability
insurance. This is just a guideline, though. For a more complete explanation,
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