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Shredding Event is Tomorrow!

Have you seen the information about our shredding event? Gillman Insurance wants to make sure that their clients' spring-cleaning efforts are secure cleaning efforts! Join Gillman Insurance Problem Solvers for their seventh annual community event for shredding sensitive documents free of charge - it will be held on Saturday, April 22, 9:00am-2:00pm. Anyone with an identity to protect is welcome! Learn more details on the agency's... Read Article


This article was originally found at Be sure to check out our free shredding event on April 22 from 9:00 - 2:00. Just arrive with your sensitive documents and we'll shred them on site. We'd love to see you there! 10 Things Not To Do On Tax Day  Happy Tax Day! You've probably read a ton of lists by now advising you about last minute... Read Article

8 Things You Should Shred After You do Your Taxes

Please join us for our Seventh Annual Shredding Event. You can bring all of your sensitive documents for free to ensure that your identity can't be stolen after tax season. 8 Things You Should Shred Right Now According to financial services consulting firm Javelin Strategies and Research, identity theft affects 11 million people a year, at a cost of $54 billion. If you don’t want... Read Article

IRS Shredding Recommendations

This important information was originally found at the IRS Website. We felt it was important to make sure our readers were aware.  Be sure to join us on April 22 from 9:00 - 2:00 for our seventh Annual Shredding Event. Tips to Keep Your Tax Records Secure; Protect Yourself from Identity Theft IRS Security Awareness Tax Tip Number 8, January 11, 2016 If you’re still keeping... Read Article

A Shredding Checklist

To Shred or Not to Shred. That is the Question. Can someone legally dig through your trash looking for tasty credit card reciepts, account numbers, or your social security number? The U.S. Supreme Court implies that the answer is yes. In the decision California vs. Greenwood, they stated that the “expectation of privacy in trash left for collection in an area accessible to the public… is... Read Article