Get a handle on your family finances and records, all in one place. Keep track of contracts, leases, notes, copyrights, military service records, motor vehicle titles, and certificates of birth, marriage, divorce, death, and citizenship. Keep tabs on income and expenses, bills, bank accounts, credit records, real estate, stocks, bonds, educational records, taxes, insurance, medical records, employment records. Plan your estate and leave instructions for survivors. Keep track of valuables and household inventory. Determine your net worth. Everyone should have this timeless 48-page booklet to organize personal and financial records.
From UMaine Extension