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Glenda Moehlenpah CPA, CFP®


Financial Bridges

12975 Brookprinter Place, Suite 140, Poway, CA 92064


Phone: 858-486-0100




March/April 2024

How Long Should You Keep Them?

How Long Should You Keep Them

Follow these general guidelines for retaining important documents.

  • Personal Legal Documents: Forever

  • Tax Records: 7 – 10 Years

  • Bank Statements: 1 Year

  • Real Estate: 7 Years after Sale

  • Investments: 3 Years after Sale

  • Credit Card Statements: 60 Days

  • Self-employed Business Records: 6 Years or Longer


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