How long must employers keep personnel files?

Answer On One Hand: At Least for Duration of EmploymentIn the United States, employers must keep personnel files for their employees at least as long as employment lasts. This includes contact and persona... Read More »

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How long must you keep jelly in fridge?

If just opened, then no longer than a month even if the expiration date is far off, otherwise it can get liquidy or chunky. If unopened than it can stay a while on your refrigerator shelf.

How long must I keep cancelled checks?

You should keep cancelled checks that support your income tax return for seven years, and checks for any other purpose for one year. Banks that do not return cancelled checks must retain records of... Read More »

How long must an employer keep an MSDS?

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) for a chemical must be kept for at least 30 years after an employee last used it. It may be kept in any form as long as the information is original and retrievab... Read More »

How long must you keep income tax records?

With the exception of employment records, which have a four-year retention period, you should generally keep income tax records for three years. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recommends you ke... Read More »