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Sabrina May
Last Pass is a great App to auto/securely save ALL you passwords. Keep them sorted by categories as you enter them makes it so easy when you open the vault to find passwords. It also auto fills sites if you want it to. Highly recommend it. www.lastpass.com
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dorislewis73

I’ve been using the online fax services, provided by Popfax Company, for some time! And it’s great! We don’t need anymore the fax machine, just our internet connection. we receive faxes online, without any paper or landline! I can receive free and unlimited faxes, I pay only for those that I send. It’s very easy and cheap to use!


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lynmastro
Doesn't anyone use a combination printer-copier-scanner-fax machine? You pretty much need a printer if you use a computer. It's pretty economical to get it all in one. I have yet to warm up to a paperless life. I'm a visual person and I like to see my life spread out on a hard copy calendar/date book. Just a lifelong doodler. The trouble with on line bills is that they show up sporadically and I'm not about to drop everything and pay it right then and there. Often they are not itemized, so you have no idea what you're paying for. I love my online bill paying through my bank and almost never write a physical check but I still file the hard copy bills. At the end of each year I empty my desk files and remove the stuff to a plastic file box in the garage. After the recommended 7 years it gets shredded. I don't download or keep paper bank statements though. I use Quicken to keep track of what's in the account but I've never been 100% satisfied with its ease of use. It is true that banks don't always keep you stuff for more than a couple years so this could be a problem. And what about hard copies of insurance policies? Let's face it. As we get older our lives get pretty complicated. Do you really trust everything to the cloud or cyberspace where it can be hacked?
   

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