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Q: According to the text, how long should you keep utility bills? A. three years. B. six months. C. only until the next bill arrives. D. one year.
A: It actually depends on what you are planning to use them for. If you're planning to use the utility bills for establishing residency for mortgage apps, voter registration, drivers license, etc, you should keep them for 3 months.
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