Up to your eyeballs in old files?

McManus, Cheryl
November 1997
Inc.;Nov97, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p104
Presents guidelines from Donald S. Skupsky, author of `Recordkeeping Requirements,' on how long to keep old business records, including federal tax returns, payroll records, account ledgers and sales receipts.


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