Sometimes your business documents outgrow your workspace. If you no longer have the room to keep all of your important paperwork, it is time to look into document storage. The right record storage facility will safely house your documents so you can still collect them when you need them. Consider placing the following documents into off-site storage to open up the space in your office:
You have to keep any relevant tax information for the duration of your business. As the years pass and you accumulate more tax returns and other information, document storage will be a life saver. Organize your returns by year and bring them to the record storage facility. If you ever get audited or need to reference a former return, you can easily get the paperwork you need.
Supporting Business Documents
The Internal Revenue Service says that you should keep any information relating to purchases and sales made by your company. Hold onto any information that offers support about other claims. Keep items like gross receipts, records of purchases, and information about travel and transportation expenses. It is also important to keep all records about employment taxes. If you relocated offices, for example, keep all of your receipts from the corporate moving company.
If you have any accident reports or settled claims, you should hold onto those documents for at least seven years. After the case is closed, though, you can move these documents out of your office and into record storage. When they are in the off-site facility, they will be out of your way but still within reach if they are ever needed.
U.M.C. Moving Company, Inc. is here to offer convenient and secure record storage for any of the paperwork that you have. Our commercial movers are also able to offer you some of the best office relocation services in the area. Call (718) 628-4477 to learn more about our services.