For many of us, the biggest headache is dealing with financial paperwork produced by pensions, policies and investments. But there is an easy way to sort things out, you just need to follow some simple rules.
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Dealing with financial paperwork
Back in Session 22 I outlined the basics of trusts, covering how they are set up, the important parties, the powers and duties of trustees and the key benefits. This time, I want to cover the key points in your financial life when trusts are invaluable.
In this session, you'll discover:
- The worst thing you can do when filing financial paperwork
- How long you should keep different kinds of paperwork
- How to decide what to keep and what to shred
- The basic stationery you need
- An amazing software tool which I love
The full shownotes for the original version of session are right here. There's no transcript available this week
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