I'm sort of like you - I can't abide clutter and toss bills and suchafter paying unless I have a reason to keep them (ie, I'm contestingsomething on them, they're needed for warrantee or returns, etc.)But I do keep all tax-related bills in a file folder - if I suspect that a bill or statement may be tax impacting (ie, car registration, etc), I toss it into a file folder marked "year N tax". Since youare legally responsible for 7 years of tax information in case of an audit, you should keep at least that much of your tax returns andassociated docs such as December bank receipts, 1099's and W-2's, etc.(just the return is not enough to survive an audit, particularly if youhave anything more than Schedule-EZ level tax complexity)Foobarista, who hates clutter too...
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