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Monday, March 16th, 2015

Each year a legal firm builds up hundreds upon hundreds of files pertaining to their clients. You want to do right by your clients and keep appropriate documentation on hand. However, you also don’t want to get buried under mounds of old paperwork. The following guidelines will help you determine what to keep, how long to keep it, and how to dispose of it properly.

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

As a CPA, you acquire a wealth of client records. From basic contact information to complex tax returns, it is easy to get buried under paperwork. You want to make sure that you comply with the law, but you also want to keep your business files organized. The following guidelines will help you implement and maintain a company-wide document retention and destruction schedule.

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

All licensed veterinary practices must adhere to relevant record keeping requirements for veterinary medicine. In order to comply with these guidelines in full, you must stay up to date on the various veterinary record keeping laws and practices.

Thursday, August 21st, 2014
use eco-friendly shredding services from UCI in Amarillo

Lowering the amount of paper used in your office is not only about helping to save the environment, it also helps to reduce costs for your business. The whole goal is to use less paper and to reuse when possible. Here are a few tips on how to cut down on paper waste and reuse paper.

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
Tax documents

Many companies aren’t sure how long they should hold onto important tax paperwork. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by piles of papers. However, you don’t want to end up throwing out something that you may need to refer back to down the road. Bankers, accountants, lawyers, and government agencies all have differing opinions about how long you should retain tax documents, which makes the process even tougher. The following guidelines will help you make educated decisions about your tax documents and related paperwork.

Friday, September 27th, 2019
Choosing the best document destruction company in the Texas Panhandle

There are many benefits that your business will see if you work with a reputable document destruction company. From scheduled shred days to yearly document purges, these companies can help you save and stay efficient. Before you sign on with a document shredding company, you should be familiar with some questions you can ask them.

Friday, August 30th, 2019

When you are getting rid of hard drives, you may wonder what the best methods are. Because business hard drives store so much private data, you shouldn’t throw them out whole. Even if you are able to take them apart, they still need to be wiped before being destroyed too. Here are some basics about destroying these devices that can help you protect your business data.

Friday, July 19th, 2019
pile of money, hidden costs of in-house shredding

In-house document shredding may seem like a great option, but it often comes with hidden costs. These include financial costs as well as reduced security and efficiency. The following are some of the issues that can happen with do-it-yourself document destruction and how to solve those problems.

Thursday, June 6th, 2019
document shredding in amarillo and the texas panhandle

Identity theft is a serious crime that happens more frequently than ever. When it comes to handling private information, it is important that every business knows how to properly dispose of it. In fact, the government has several laws in place to help make sure private information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. But just what are these laws? Here’s a quick guide to some of the most important ones.

Monday, May 13th, 2019
UCI Shredding | Why your business should have a shred-all policy

The proper disposal of sensitive documents is a vital part of any document management plan. A business must know what to shred and when to shred it in order to protect its security and comply with federal regulations. A security or data breach is the last thing any business wants to be responsible for. The best choice is to implement a shred-all policy.