If you’ve ever received a robocall revealing you’re the winner of some fabulous prize or opened an email with a plea for help from an exiled Nigerian prince, then you have been the target of a scam. As scammers evolve with technology, fraud can take new and unexpected forms. But aside from staying alert to common scams, there are other similarities that can help you identify red flags before you become a victim.
Receipts, contracts, warranties, tax returns… There’s no end to the kinds of documents that can pile up as you make your way through adulthood. Knowing what to keep – and for how long – can help you demolish a mountain of unnecessary paperwork.
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