Financial documents: What to keep, what to toss

08/7/2011 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Relevant financial documents can help you if you ever get audited or into any other sort of legal or financial trouble. Documents such as those detailing expenditures or how you've prepared your taxes should be kept, writes Teresa Dixon Murray. "I'd keep any major records relating to tax preparation forever, including the cost-basis of any stocks involved," she writes.

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