Posted Tuesday, April 14, 2009 --- 5:00 p.m.
A study out of parenting magazine says that 67 percent of parents worry about their family's money every day.
One quick solution is to get organized and know what to shred and toss or keep.
First, what you should shred to be safe bank statements and paid bills.
Second, what you should file away and re-visit, pay stubs, tax returns and social security notices.
Third, what you should save forever, any loan statement that says you've paid in full and any mortgage settlement statements.
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