One of the most common sources of confusion regarding financial matters doesn't relate to investments, or how to get rid of debt, or how to invest for college.
Rather, it's a lot more mundane: Which financial documents do I need to hang on to--and for how long--and which can I safely toss or shred? And where should I keep my truly important documents, like the deed for my house or my will? A safe deposit box at the bank seems hopelessly antiquated, especially to younger investors. Does everyone really need one?