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What would they be doing if the contributions had been made by EFT - all you would have would be the statements ?

I pay almost everything through EFT, either initiated by the payee or through online bill pay (Bank of America). Regardless of how the payment was initiated, the statement shows who it went to, and often an indication of what it was paying. I know this is good enough for IRS and would assume it's good enough for states.

When I go through the bank statement I print copies of any checks I might need as proof. It's a nuisance, but there are few, and it will save me trouble if I ever need them.

Phil
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