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Organize Your Personal Finances ...In No Time by Debbie Stanley

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Step 1: Divide Your Documents into Groups

The first thing you're going to do with those loose papers is separate them into groups. With this step, you can begin at the very beginning, working with those thoroughly miscellaneous loose papers you collected from your desk, floor, countertop, bed, and of course the tops of the file cabinets! If you already have a partial file system, you can build around your existing files using the principles you learn here, or you can start from scratch. Your choice will probably depend on how well your old system has worked for you and much time you have to devote to this chapter. Remember the concept of Organized ...

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