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Whether you’re taxes are filed or if you’re still working on them, the importance of maintaining receipts and tax records remains the same. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recommends that you keep tax paperwork for at least three years. There are a number of different ways you can store receipts documenting expenses and your tax returns.
Here’s a video I created to show you 3 products that will allow you to store hard copies of documents, electronic copies of tax paperwork, and also safely dispose of any personal information to safeguard your identity.
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