What is a Permanent Document?

A permanent document is a piece of paper that you need to keep until you die.

There isn’t a lot of personal paperwork that you need to keep forever. But, when people don’t know, they tend to keep more than necessary.

Here is a good reminder of what you do need to keep forever.

  1. Birth Certificates
  2. Death certificates
  3. Marriage licenses
  4. Divorce decrees
  5. Social Security cards
  6. Military discharge papers
  7. Pension-plan documents
  8. Estate-planning documents
  9. Wills
  10. Trusts
  11. Powers of Attorney
  12. Wealth-care proxy
  13. Life-insurance policies
  14. Safe-Deposit box inventory
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