10 Things You Should Shred

It’s almost time for spring cleaning.

While you’re thinking about what needs cleaning in your house, don’t forget to declutter by getting rid of unnecessary documents.

When contemplating this thankless task, a major hang-up, besides time, is determining what you can safely toss. Or better yet, shred, so the documents don’t fall into the wrong hands.

Here are 10 things you can safely shred: 

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Losing Long-Term Care Coverage at the Wrong Time

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12 Things You Can Feed to the Shredder

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Tax season is over. And if you’re like many Americans, you stored your 2013 tax files in the basement, garage or a closet.

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Most parents with college-age children should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, but many families never bother.