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Retention Guidelines

Retention Guidelines In business, good record keeping is essential not only for tax reporting purposes but also for the success of the company.   Below are some examples of records retention periods.   Accident reports/claims (settled cases) 7 years Accounts payable ledgers and schedules 7 years Accounts receivable ledgers and schedules 7 years Audit reports …

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Shredding Services

Shredding Services Regularly Scheduled Shredding Services Here’s how our process works: Locked security containers are placed in designated areas of your premises, eliminating wasted staff time spent on paper shredders while assisting you with your legislative compliance. Documents requiring destruction are dropped into the security containers where they will remain until your scheduled service date. …

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Shredding Facts

Shredding Facts Every Business Has Information That Requires Destruction. All businesses have occasion to discard confidential data. Customer lists, price lists, sales statistics, drafts of bids and correspondence, visitor logs, and even memos, contain information about business activity which would interest any competitor or criminal. Every business is also entrusted with information that must be kept …

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What We Shred

What We Shred Documents to Shred Documents that contain any of the following pieces of personal information must be shredded per California Assembly Bill 2246: Name Telephone Numbers Drivers License or State ID Card Numbers Passport Number Education Credit Card Numbers Bank Account Information Address Social Security Numbers Insurance Policy Data Employment Information/Employment History Debit …

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