It’s time for the next step in the paper clutter challenge. If you missed step 1 and the introduction, read about the paper clutter challenge here.
I also want to encourage you to celebrate your accomplishments, so once you’ve finished a step, come to the Facebook group and let us know how it went. Or take a photo and post on Instagram with hashtag #paperchallenge.
Today's task is to organize your receipts. I usually store my receipts in a small accordion file. Since I'm going mostly paperless, I debated scanning my receipts. However, I've never used a scanned receipt to make a return, and it's pretty simple and doesn't take up a lot of space to store them physically. Therefore, I'll continue to use the storage system I've been using.
As far as the details of how I store my receipts, nothing has really changed since I showed how I organize my receipts a while back. You can take a look there for some guidance.
You can use this method or another that you prefer, but today you should get your receipt system set up.
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