Keep a master list of accountsIf you're not afraid of it being stolen keep it in your planner or PDA.Otherwise keep it in your desk or in a database in your computer. In any case let your loved ones know where to find it.On it put:Company NameAccount NumberOpening DateI usually add:Phone number to contact companyA checkmark when I've requested they not share my nameOnline username & passwordIf you include the due dates you can use this as a list to make sure you've gotten all the bills you're supposed to. You can also use this list to make sure you've gotten all of your address changes when you move. And you can have it on hand when you're checking your credit report.At a bare minimum this list should contain all of your obligations (credit cards, student loans, mortgage). I use it for any financial account, including bank accounts, insurance companies and the like.Similarly, keep a master list of your addresses. Every once and a while you need to know a list of all of you past addresses.- Megan
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