An important component of an organized filing system is a plan for retention and destruction. Without this plan in place paper stagnates, files bulge, you run out of space and it becomes difficult to find what you need when you need it.
Developing a retention and destruction plan requires knowing what types of records you should hold onto permanently and how long you should retain others. The Simply Placed E-Guide for Records Retention provides guidelines* for creating your record retention and destruction plan.
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