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Shred those old tax documents for free

free shredding SaturdaySaturday, April 17, dozens of local Better Business Bureaus are hosting a free educational event with expert speakers about preventing identity theft. They're calling it "secure your ID" day. If you go, the organization will shred any papers and floppy disks you bring in. Like anyone has floppy disks anymore!

There are events throughout North America. Find one near you. If you live in Canada check this list for participating BBB locations near you.

If you can't make the event, the BBB has online identity theft prevention resources on how long to store important documents, and basic tips for information safety.

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