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Your Guide to securing your documents in a safe locker

Added: Thursday, July 20th 2017 at 1:42am by safelocker
 
 
 

Keeping your documents Safe at home

 

Yes, you might have a lot of things at home. These may be valuable or not. But, most importantly, aside from your jewelry and money, documents are equally important too. So, how will you store these documents at home?

 

Remember that you have to keep two things in mind when using a . First is to make these information from the documents at arm's length when you need it. Second, you have to secure these documents from casualties such as fire and theft.

 

Where to store your documents?

 

Safety Deposit Box

 

This might be the first thing that will come in your mind when you think about safe storage. This is offered in most banks and credit unions. You can also get a discount from some banks. This is given when you are a current customer or their depositor. This is known to be the best bet when it comes to storing the original document. What are these documents then? You can keep your birth certificates, social security cards, your tax returns and even power of attorney documents.

 

Your key here is to do the planning ahead of time. For example, if you need the information, you have to plan when to access these documents. Since they are not found at home, you can't quickly do that. So, make sure you have to keep a copy at home if the need for the information comes.

 

Home vaults

As said above, it is best to keep the original copy of your documents in a safety deposit box in a bank. Then, where will you keep the copies of those documents? That is the time when you have to secure a home safe or a vault. Find a vault that is fireproof. You should also look for one that has a locking mechanism.

 

Keep them in plastic or sealed envelopes

Aside from the fact that you have to keep these documents away from the wrong hands, you need to protect them from wear and tear. You can do this by using sealed envelopes. These will protect your documents from humidity in the air and the dust.

 

 

Now, you already know how to keep important documents, are you ready to choose the safe locker of your own?

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