Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by all of your financial and personal records? Is your home office or workspace overrun with papers and bills, and is it hard to make heads or tails of them? Do you dread going into the room, fearing that your personal records will once again get the best of you? If this happens to be the case, you need not fret any longer, because there are ten easy to follow ways to keep your records in organized. If you follow these tried and true tips to the letter, you life won’t be so cluttered and you will be able to keep track of all your bills and statements so you’ll never be late on another payment ever again, so you can finally be free from outrageous late fees and overdraft charges.
∙ Be sure to sign up for online statements. If you get a monthly statement from your credit card company, mortgage company, or financing company, you will be able to see exactly how much you owe and you will therefore be able to stay on top of your payments, keeping your account current, and avoiding defaulting on your loan, which can result in serious financial fines and penalties.
∙ Pay your bills online. These days, it’s easy to get overrun run by paper bills, which more often than not seem to pile up and get left untouched. It is far easier to keep your finances in tip top shape simply by paying all of your bills online. Many companies, financial institutions and utility companies included, allow customers to pay their bills online, usually for free. This way, you won’t ever forget to pay your bills, and you will be on your way to financial solvency.
∙ Scrutinize your credit card bill each month for unauthorized and/ or automated charges. It’s easier to just accept your credit card statement as dogma, assuming that every item on the bill is a legitimate purchase that you made. But credit card companies make errors more often than you would think. That is why it is so important to go line by line on your statement each month, looking for charges that you didn’t make, or for fees that were unfairly levied against your account. This way, you can ensure that you do not end up paying an exorbitant amount of money each month in interest based on inaccurate charges.
∙ Make a physical copy and a digital copy of all your important papers at the end of each month. This way, you won’t be rummaging through the entire house looking for that one particular bill. If you keep all of your bills safely stored on a dedicated hard drive, or on your desktop computer, you can rest easy with the knowledge that you can access and all of your financial statements or bills with just the click of the mouse. This will help to keep you in tip top financial health, and will ensure that you make ends meet each month.
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