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Matt Paxton is a downsizing and decluttering expert whose public television series “Legacy List with Matt Paxton” has twice been nominated for an Emmy. He has more than two decades of experience working with families struggling to settle estates and figure out what is worth keeping, including 13 seasons on A&E’s “Hoarders.” His 2022 book “Keep the Memories, Lose the Stuff: Declutter, Downsize and Move Forward with your Life” offers practical advice on making decisions on items stored in basements and attics. It’s tax season now, a time of struggling to find documents and receipts, when many people vow to do better for next year. Paxton can answer questions about storing personal finance papers, what original documents to keep permanently and what papers you should always shred.

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