Thursday, June 6, 2013
A new publication from the University of Florida Extension Service can help families get their personal and financial papers organized.
Writing down the information included in the publication can make looking for vital records much faster and easier. It can also be used as a starting place for estate planning.
It includes which papers to keep and the best place to keep them - safe deposit box or at home in a fire proof box. It also encourages you to put in writing the people you wish to be notified in an emergency.
I plan on spending some time this summer updating my personal and financial records.
Download a free copy of “Family Records” at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/HE/HE98800.pdf