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Retention and Disposition Schedules New York State …

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The new schedule, Retention and Disposition Schedule for New York Local Government Records (LGS-1), supersedes and replaces the CO-2, MU-1, MI-1, and ED-1 Schedules. Local governments must adopt the LGS-1 prior to utilizing it, even if they adopted and …

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Records Retention and Disposition Schedule MU1 New …

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For use by cities, towns, villages, and fire districts.First issued in 1988; revised 2003. Superseded by LGS-1 on 1/1/2021Changes in RetentionDownload the complete schedule as a PDFThe MU-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that officials of Cities, Towns, Villages and Fire Districts must retain their records before they may be

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Records Retention New York State Department of Health

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It is the intention of this policy statement to provide a guideline for the retention of records by all types of EMS Services. This policy was prepared in conjunction with the GRDS for use by miscellaneous local governments in New York State (Section 185.14, 8NYCRR (Appendix K).

Date: 04/03/2008
Subject: Records Retention
Policy Statement #: 08-03
Supercedes/Updates: New

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RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE New …

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Before any records listed on the Retention and Disposition Schedule for New York Local Government Records may be disposed of and even if the local government previously adopted Schedules CO -2, MU-1, MI-1, and ED-1,the governing body must formally adopt the Schedule by passing a resolution.

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Local Government Schedule: LGS1 New York State …

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Local Government Schedule: LGS-1. This Retention and Disposition Schedule for New York Local Government Records (LGS-1) is a single, comprehensive retention schedule covering records of all types of local governments. It consolidates, revises and …

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How Long Should I Keep Personnel Records? …

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5 years. OSHA medical exam records and related documents. 30 years from termination or resignation. Personnel files for terminated employees. 7 years following their termination. Petty cash vouchers. 3 years. Employee expense reports and related reimbursement vouchers. 5 years.

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Affirmative Action Plan: 1 year after plan expiration
Administrative Correspondence*: 3 years
Document Type: Suggested Minimum Retention

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RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE

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schedules, but have the same retention requirements as the related case file. RETENTION IS CONTROLLED BY DI SPOSITION CHARGE, NOT ARREST CHARGE. RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE CRIMINAL RECORDS OF THE CRIMINAL COURT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, CITY COURTS, DISTRICT COURTS & TOWN AND VILLAGE COURTS-1- Rev. MAY 2009

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Sample File Retention Policy New York State Bar …

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5. Permanent retention. Vital Record: Any record that must receive the highest level of protection because of its necessity to protect the interests of the lawyer or the firm and essential to the resumption of business. These records must be secured in a destruction proof environment such as a fire proof safe or vault. Retention Guidelines

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Document Retention Best Practices & State Guidelines

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These basic document retention best practices for some of the most common documents will help you get started on a DRP for your business or organization. These are not all-encompassing document retention timelines, so be sure to do your own research to find out what guidelines your business or organization needs to follow.

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RECORDS RETENTION GUIDELINES ICPAS

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RECORDS RETENTION GUIDELINES *7 Years Following Disposition,Termination, or Pay Off Please note that this table should only be used as a guide. You should consult with your attorney and insurance carrier when establishing a record retention policy.

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VII.5Document Retention Requirements

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VII.5. Document Retention Requirements. Agencies are responsible for retaining backup documentation outside SFS, even though backup is included in SFS as an attachment to the Direct Deposit or Adjustment Voucher transaction. Document retention must be in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, rules and regulations.

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NYS Mental Health Practitioners:Practice Guidelines

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Practice Guidelines. Disclaimer: Be aware of retention requirements for patient records, including the period you are required to retain records by law. You should be familiar with requirements for providing patient access to records. For instance, New York State public health law requires that you provide a patient with copies of his

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Retention and Disposition FAQ's New York State Archives

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The legal retention period of records depends on the function of the records, legal requirements and the administrative or other use of the records. If you are a local government, check the retention schedule for your specific type of government (county, school district, municipality or miscellaneous) for retention periods for specific records.

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Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED1 New York

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For Use by School Districts, BOCES, County Vocational Education and Extension Boards, and Teacher Resource and Computer Training Centers. First issued in 1988; revised 2004; Superseded by LGS-1 on 1/1/2021. Changes in Retention. Download this schedule as a PDF. The ED-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that officials of School Districts (including

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Recordkeeping for businesses tax.ny.gov

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Recordkeeping for businesses. As a New York State business owner, you are required to keep records that allow you to prepare complete and accurate tax returns for your business. You must also keep documents, such as canceled checks, receipts, cash register tapes, purchase orders, and other sales records to support your business records.

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Document Retention and Destruction Policies for

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Document retention and destruction policies outline the length of time for which your organization will keep certain documents and records, either in hard copy documents may have time requirements set by governmental authorities, so be sure to meet those requirements. Common time periods to retain documents are 2, 7, and 10 years. Some

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Title: Section 405.10 Medical records New York Codes

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405.10 Medical records. The hospital shall have a department that has administrative responsibility for medical records. An accurate, clear, and comprehensive medical record shall be maintained for every person evaluated or treated as an inpatient, ambulatory patient, emergency patient or outpatient of the hospital. (a) General requirements.

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Record Retention Guidelines for Restaurants

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These Record Retention Guidelines provide a general guideline for the retention of many records, but the specifi c holding periods for any record retention policy should be given careful scrutiny by management and legal advisors in light of any pending investigations, regulated industry requirements or contract covenants.

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What Payroll Records Must My Business In New York Keep

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New York State, like the federal government, does not require any particular order or form for the records that an employer must maintain concerning employees' wages and hours. Cf. 29 C.F.R. § 516.1(a) ("No particular order or form of records is prescribed by" 29 C.F.R. Part 516 (Records To Be Kept By Employers)). An employer in New York may use any timekeeping method it chooses.

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Record Retention I&U CPA New York, NY

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These Record Retention Guidelines provide a general guideline for the retention of tax and other financial records, but the specific holding periods for any record retention policy should be given careful scrutiny in light of federal and state tax laws, any pending investigations, regulated industry requirements or contract covenants. In addition to these general guidelines, each business

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Guidance Documents New York State Office of Mental

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Guidance Documents. As defined in section 202-e of the State Administrative Procedure Act, a guidance document is any guideline, memorandum or similar document, prepared by an agency, that provides general information or guidance to assist regulated parties in complying with any statute, rule or other legal requirement.

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Record Retention Requirements Department of Financial

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The Office of General Counsel issued the following opinion on July 30, 2002, representing the position of the New York State Insurance Department. Re: Record Retention Requirements Question Presented: Are there any regulations regarding the amount of time that a life insurance company must keep records of the payment of claims?

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What You Should Know About Record Retention

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New York Record Retention Requirements. 6 Years – Payroll Records. New York State imposes record retention requirements concerning, among other things, wage payments, minimum wages, and hours worked. Under the New York State Labor Law, you must maintain accurate payroll records for at least six years. The are records of an employee’s hours

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OGC Opinion No. 080905: Record retention requirements

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08-09-05OGC Op. No. 08-09-05 The Office of General Counsel issued the following opinion on September 19, 2008, representing the position of the New York State Insurance Department. RE: Record retention requirements for insurance policies Question Presented: What is the required record retention period for insurance policies, and how does it apply to original policies as well as their …

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Records Retention Requirements Department of Financial

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The Office of General Counsel issued the following informal opinion on March 6, 2000. Records Retention Requirements Question: If Alpha New York s (ALPHA-NY) parent company performs some of ALPHA-NY s financial recording, do the original records need to be kept in New York? Is ALPHA-NY required to retain in New York the originals of the contracts it executes with its Sales Associates?

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Record Retention by Agency Department of Financial Services

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However, to the extent that agencies are maintaining records on an insurer s behalf, such agencies are subject to those record retention requirements applicable to insurance companies in New York. With respect to those requirements, please direct your attention to N.Y. Comp. R. & Regs. tit. 11, §243 (1996) (Regulation 152) which addresses your

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XII.3 Record Retention – Accounts Payable Vouchers and

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XII.3 Record Retention – Accounts Payable Vouchers and Land Claims. Section Overview and Policies: The purpose of this section is to provide guidance to agencies about record retention requirements to ensure documentation supporting payments for Accounts Payable and Land Claims processed in the Statewide Financial System (SFS) is readily available to the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC).

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Record Retention New York County Lawyers' Association

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212-267-6646New York County Lawyers Association 7 World Trade Center 46th Floor 250 Greenwich Street New York, New York 10007 Telephone: 212-267-6646 Fax: 212-406-9252

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PERSONNEL DOCUMENTS AND RECORD RETENTION

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With respect to federal record retention requirements, the following highlights some of these laws which each contain specific, if not distinct, record retention requirements: A. FMLA The . Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) also has separate, rigid requirements for retention of certain documents relating to an individual’s employment,

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2021 Medical Records Retention Laws By State Recording Law

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New York: Adult patients 6 years. Minor patients 6 years and until 1 year after the minor reaches the age of 18 (i.e., until the patient turns 19). N.Y. Education § 6530 (2008) (providing retention requirements in the definitions for professional misconduct of physicians). Adult patients 6 years from the date of discharge. Minor patients

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File Access, Records and Retention New York Labor Law

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From the Complete Payroll Labor Law Library. NYS File Access, Records and Retention. Request an HR Software Demo. Overview of Law. New York requires that employers keep records as outlined below. Wage and Hour. The following records must be kept for …

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Nys Medical Record Retention Guidelines

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NYS Mental Health Practitioners:Practice Guidelines . Drugs (3 days ago) Be aware of retention requirements for patient records, including the period you are required to retain records by law. You should plan to retain records for a longer period, when necessary, such as a patient with a long-term condition whose treatment will continue beyond the statutory requirement.

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Industry Letter April 30, 2001: The Record Retention

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Industry Letters The Record Retention Requirements of the Federal Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act April 30, 2001 TO THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE INSTITUTION ADDRESSED The purpose of this guidance letter is to clarify the New York State Banking Department s ("Department") position on the record retention requirements of the federal Electronic …

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View Document New York Codes, Rules and Regulations

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Records Retention and Disposition Schedule MU-1 supersedes and replaces all Records Retention and Disposition Schedules previously issued by SARA for use by cities, towns, villages and fire districts: 4-P-1, 4-P-1A, 4-P-1B, 11-City-1, 12-CP-1, 19-TC-1, 20-Lib-1, 23-H-2, and 24-CSP-2.The consent of the Commissioner of Education to use these schedules is withdrawn, and they may not be used to

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How long should I keep records? Internal Revenue Service

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Get tips on record retention -- Learn the period of limitation on income tax returns, connecting records with property and keeping records for nontax purposes. The length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense, or event which the document records. Generally, you must keep your records that support an item of income

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Administrative and Fiscal Guidelines for OASASFunded

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NEW YORK STATE CONSOLIDATED FISCAL REPORTING APPENDIX J AND CLAIMING MANUAL (CFR) – APPENDIX J – ALLOCATING EXPENSES FOR SHARED PROGRAM/SITE NEW YORK STATE CONSOLIDATED FISCAL REPORTING APPENDIX L and the same record retention requirements apply. 1. Accounting System • A double-entry bookkeeping system must be …

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A Record Retention Guide for Real Estate Transactions and

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A Record Retention Guide for Real Estate Transactions. Unless you have unlimited storage in your home or office, you may find yourself wondering if you really need to keep all of your paperwork and, if so, for how long. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. The length of time depends on the type of document and the related expenses or events.

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Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) New York State

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New York State Education Department New York State Center for School Safety • Policies, procedures, and guidelines that require a school environment free from harassment, time required by the NYS Records Retention rules • DASA Incident Reports are not filed as a part of a

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Records Retention SUNY State University of New York

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Records Retention Records Retention and Disposition at SUNY. In accordance with Section 57.05 of the NYS Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, official records of the state-operated campuses of the State University of New York and SUNY System Administration must be retained and may not be destroyed unless pursuant to applicable records retention schedules.

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Table A7. State Medical Record Laws: Minimum Medical

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16.10.17requirements. Minor patients : 2 years beyond the date the patient is 18 (i.e., until the patient turns 20). N.M. Code R. § 16.10.17.10 (C) Table A-7. State Medical Record Laws: Minimum Medical Record Retention Periods for Records Held by Medical Doctors and Hospitals * State (5) (7) Periods for Records Held by Medical Doctors and

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Document Retention for US Nonprofits: A Simple Guide

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Nonprofit document-retention requirements — understanding what merits retention. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) aims at improving corporate transparency and accountability. For nonprofits, key among the SOX provisions are document-retention practices—yet the law doesn't provide explicit document-retention schedules.

Contracts: 7 years after termination
General correspondence: 3 years
Document: Retention period

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Recordkeeping Requirements for Sales Tax Vendors

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Publication 132, Computer-Assisted Audits Guidelines and Procedures for Sales Tax Audits Publication 750, A Guide to Sales Tax in New York State Publication 900, Important Information for Business Owners Memoranda: TSB-M-81(9)S, Records Required to Be Kept by Sales Tax Vendors TSB-M-85(5)S, Vendor Responsibilities in the Collection of Sales Tax

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Record Retention Guidelines for Businesses & Individuals

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315.701.6328For more information on record retention guidelines, contact Adam E. Panek, CPA, Partner at [email protected] or 315.701.6328. Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC has been in business for over 60 years. As a certified public accounting firm located in central New York, the firm is focused on the quality service standards that are highly regarded in the accounting profession.

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Medical Record Shredding Guidelines for New York ConfiData

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The New York State Department of Health and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) have strict retention, storage, and shredding guidelines for these type of personally identifiable documents. Medical Records Retention in New York. State laws typically govern how long medical records need to be retained.

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NYDFS Cybersecurity Requirements: Data retention IT

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The 18-month transitional period for the NYDFS (New York Department of Financial Services) Cybersecurity Requirements ends on September 3, 2018, bringing with it five more compliance deadlines. We recently discussed the requirements concerning audit trails, but we now turn our attention to section 500.13: Limitations of Data Retention.. This requirement mandates that …

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Records Retention Schedule SUNY

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The SUNY Records schedules appear in the appendices section of the SUNY Records Retention Policy Doc. No. 6609 policy that applies to all State-operated campuses. The schedules are classified by subject matter, with corresponding sub-categories. This State University of New York (University) Records Retention and Disposition Schedule (RR&D

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What is the New York state record retention policy??

It is the intention of this policy statement to provide a guideline for the retention of records by all types of EMS Services. This policy was prepared in conjunction with the GRDS for use by miscellaneous local governments in New York State (Section 185.14, 8NYCRR (Appendix K).

What is the retention and disposition schedule in New York??

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE FOR NEW YORK LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECORDS (LGS-1) Section 185.1 5, 8NYCRR(Appendix L) FOR USE BY CITIES TOWNS VILLAGES FIRE DISTRICTS COUNTIES SCHOOL DISTRICTS BOARDS OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TEACHER RESOURCE AND COMPUTER TRAINING CENTERS COUNTY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND EXTENSIO N BOARDS

What are the NYDFS requirements for data retention??

This requirement mandates that organizations implement policies and processes to safely dispose of sensitive information when there is no longer a business reason or legal requirement to keep it. Successfully complying with this requirement therefore relies on three things:

What are the guidelines for retaining financial records??

These Record Retention Guidelines provide a general guideline for the retention of tax and other financial records, but the specific holding periods for any record retention policy should be given careful scrutiny in light of federal and state tax laws, any pending investigations, regulated industry requirements or contract covenants.

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