1. Birth Certificate
A legal record of a child's birth, including the name, date, and place of birth.
2. Social Security Card
Your child needs to have their social security number to apply for financial aid or open bank accounts.
3. Medical Records
This includes immunization records, allergies, and any other medical conditions that your child may have.
4. School Records
The transcripts from each school your child has attended are important for college applications or future employers.
5. Insurance Cards/Health Care Plans
It is important to keep track of which healthcare plans your child is enrolled in so that all medical expenses can be covered accordingly.
6. Passports/Travel Documents
If you plan on traveling with your child, it is important to have a valid passport.
7. Athletic/Extra-Curricular Records
Track any extracurricular activities that your child is involved in for future reference.
8. Financial Statements
Keep track of any financial investments or accounts your child may have such as bank statements, stock certificates, etc.