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Record Retention Schedule (Updated for 2015)
Keeping track of how long to keep various types of records can be a challenge. To assist those charged with managing records at their financial institution, we have compiled a Record Retention Schedule. The guideline is a universal listing of types of records credit unions or banks may create or use followed by a general guideline on how long those records should be kept. This document, the AdvisX “Record Retention Schedule,” delineates exactly what is and isn’t required. For those items that are not required, it suggests obligations that have been noted. The guide is conveniently divided into categories so you can more easily find what you’re looking for. There is a version for credit unions and another version for banks.
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