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HAHA!!! I've got an expanding folder with a handle no less. All the CRA stuff is there, the green cards and certified receipts have their own place with a small binder clip holding them together as well. As someone that has no anal retentive tendencies, I'm pretty amazed at the tracking system that I have for this stuff!!! Oh yea, tracking of events is done in Outlook with backup copies made everyday.
I track everything in Outlook too...using the Journal, making my own ToDo folders, etc. Keeps me organized
I'm so glad to hear that I'm not the only "organization geek" here! I have my binders (yes, I did say binderS) tab-divided, alphabetized and color-coded with cross-referencing.
Make sure you back that stuff up. Write it to a CD or DVD and if you don't have a burner, get one!!!
If you have Outlook and a Yahoo account you can sync the two so you have it in two places.
Ahhhh, but see the beauty of a binder, as opposed to expandable folder (which I considered), is that I can flip back and forth with ease - comparing all the inaccuracies on 6 CR's (mine and dh's). LOL!
Re: Re: My Big, Fat, Green Binder )
Yes, there is a beauty to the binder, but I didn't think that the binder had the "nutcase" feel that a nerd like myself needed. I can tote my little binder to and fro, like a low buck Perry Mason, drop it on a counter, file through to the appropriate folder and feel like I'm the king of the world!!! LOL!!!!