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Organize Your Life: Securely Archive Your Important Family Records,9781606521489

Organize Your Life: Securely Archive Your Important Family Records

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Edition:
CD
ISBN13:

9781606521489

ISBN10:
1606521489
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/11/2010
Publisher(s):
Simon & Schuster
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Summary

Wouldn't it be wonderful to have all your personal information and documents at your fingertips whenever you need them? Organize Your Lifeprovides you with a safe and accessible place to store your personal records-and you'll declutter your home in the process. The guide's CD-ROM database is simple to install and navigate, and it is compatible with PCs and Macs. Simple step-by- step instructions will walk you through finding, photographing, scanning, and saving your important papers and photos as well as organizing them into logical categories. Plus an encrypted area allows you to keep passwords and account and social security numbers under wraps. Organize Your Lifewill store data from all facets of your household, such as: Family: Birth certificates, passports, resumés, marriage licenses, memberships Medical: Doctors and prescriptions, insurance policies Motor Vehicles: Drivers' licenses, service schedules, purchase information Property: Deeds, titles, surveys, contractor information, warranties, room dimensions Finances: Retirement plans, stocks, bonds, taxes Valuables: Photos, current value, documentation Legal: Wills, power of attorney, divorce papers, organ donation details Safe Place: Social security numbers, passwords, pin numbers With Organize Your Lifeyou can say goodbye to overstuffed file cabinets and leaning piles of papers once and for all, and have a one-stop secure place for your records in the event of a flood, fire, or theft.

Author Biography

Abigail Wilentz grew up in New York and attended Cornell University, where she studied comparative literature. She has worked in book publishing for fifteen years, both as an editor at trade houses and director of a custom- publishing line for the Italian fashion house Brioni.


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