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HISTORIC NOTE


The publications in this collection do
not reflect current scientific knowledge
or recommendations. These texts
represent the historic publishing
record of the Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences and should be
used only to trace the historic work of
the Institute and its staff. Current IFAS
research may be found on the
Electronic Data Information Source
(EDIS)

site maintained by the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service.






Copyright 2005, Board of Trustees, University
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VALUABLE PAPERS


You may have many valuable papers birth and marriage certificates, school records, social
security card, employment and Armed Service papers, bank books, insurance policies and others.


Do you know where all these important papers are? Are they stored in a safe place?


A record will help you inventory and locate your important papers and will direct your family
in case of emergency such as illness, accident, or death.

V Keep the record up to date by revising it when needed.

V Keep a duplicate copy in a safe place.

V Give a copy to a relative or friend whom you would like to act for
you in an emergency.







IMPORTANT INFORMATION


ADVISORS


Name Address



Relative assuming
responsibility

Doctor

Pastor

Lawyer

Financial Advisor








PERSONAL AND FAMILY PAPERS


Where are the following papers kept?


Name


Where Kept


Citizenship or naturalization papers for every family member, if born outside of United States of
America


Church Records


Where Kept


Marriage Certificate


Other Records such as Adoption, Divorce, or Death Certificates


Birth Certificates








Diplomas, Degrees, and Other School Records

Name Where Kept


Social Security Card and Other Records

Name


Number


Employment Records


Military Discharge Papers


Military Service Serial Number


Other Service or Veterans Administration Papers


Where Kept


Where Kept


Where Kept


Where Kept








Income Tax Records


Wills of Family Members and Instructions

Name


Where Kept


Burial Plot and Location


Deed


Where Kept


Family Health Record

Every Family should keep a record of dates and types of immunizations, physical examinations and
other general information such as allergies or drug sensitivities.

Your doctor may tell you where to obtain a family health record pamphlet.

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Year


Where Kept








FINANCIAL RECORDS


BANKING

(Name of depositors, bank and location)


Checking Accounts


Savings Accounts




Trust Funds




Safe-Deposit Box




Renters




Safe Deposit Box Key


STOCKS AND BONDS
Government Bonds Where Kept





Other Bonds and Stocks Where Kept


(It is recommended that a list of securities with serial
numbers and maturity dates be attached.)









REAL ESTATE


Description and Location


Abstract


Where Kept


Where is Deed Recorded?



If property is mortgaged, by whom?


(It is recommended that a personal property inventory be attached)



BUSINESS INTERESTS



Description and Location







Contracts or Agreements Where Kept








INSURANCE POLICIES AND ANNUITIES


Kind of
Policy


Amount


Location of
Policy


RETIREMENT PLANS

Company or Organization Location of
Retiree and Address Records










OTHER FINANCIAL CONTRACTS

Location of Records





Location of Records

Outstanding Loans or Debts



Where Kept

Receipts and Paid Bills


Insured


Name of Company
and Address









USE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR INSTRUCTIONS








USE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR INSTRUCTIONS


Publications giving information on where to apply for birth, marriage and divorce records in each state
can be obtained from The Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.

Write for:
Document No. 101-"How to Obtain Birth Certificates"
Public Health Service Publication No. 630B, "Where
to Write For Marriage Records."
Public Health Service Publication No. 630C-"Where
to Write For Divorce Records."
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Prepared by Home Management and Family Economics Specialist.


April 1963


Adapted from: Agricultural Extension Circular 705, University of Missouri
Florida Agricultural Extension Service, Cooperative Work in Agriculture and Home Economics,
University of Florida, Florida State University and United States Department of Agriculture
Cooperating, Dr. Marshall O. Watkins, Director. In furtherance of Act of Congress, May
8 and June 30, 1914.

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