2022 Community Shred Day
Held at TOPCU Main, Shred Days are the perfect opportunity to safely dispose of all sensitive documents you no longer need.
Join us for our Shred Day Event!
Saturday, October 8, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Drop off your sensitive paper documents to safely recycle and protect your information at our free shredding event.
The 2022 Free Community Shred Day schedule is as follows:
Which Documents You Should Shred and When
Some items you will want to keep for a few months to look back on. These documents can be shredded after some time and generally are items you receive on a monthly basis. Many bills and detailed statements are now available online. Switch to electronic statements for a safe and secure record.
- Credit card or insurance offers
- Paid billing statements
- ATM receipts Sales receipts
- Paid utility bills
- Expired warranties
Shred After 30 Days
- Pay Stubs
- Checks deposited through mobile apps.
Shred Within a Year
- Bank statements
- Paid, undisputed medical bills
Keep until Paid or Sold
- Vehicle titles
- Home deeds
- Disputed bills (medical, utility, etc.)
Keep for 7 years
- Tax-related receipts
- Tax-related canceled checks
- Records for tax deductions
- Birth Certificates
- Social Security Cards
- Citizenship papers
- Adoption Papers
- Tax returns
- Death Certificates
- Marriage certificates or divorce decrees
IDENTITY THEFT IS ON THE RISE
Did you know? In 2016, 15.4 million consumers -1 in every 16 adults- suffered some kind of identity theft.
Shred-it events raise awareness about identity theft and fraud by reminding neighborhood residents about the importance of securely destroying personal documents.
With over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, Angela is dedicated to delivering professional wealth management advice and knowledge to clients. She received her Bachelor of Science in Finance from the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. Angela has continued her education through the College for Financial Planning attaining her CFP® designation as well as her Master of Science in Financial Planning. She is also an Accredited Financial Counselor, aiming to positively impact financial security in her community.