Hate Shredding Documents? These Stores Will Do It for Free

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If tax season — or simply day-to-day life — has left you with reams of documents that need shredding, head over to the nearest Office Depot or Office Max location.

Grab this coupon from the retailers’ website, and you can shred up to 5 pounds of paper for free. However, don’t procrastinate — the offer ends April 28.

Just remember not to shred any tax documents until you have stored them digitally. For more tips, check out “Ask Stacy: How Long Do I Keep My Tax Returns?

Once that unpleasant task is done, you can turn to happier pursuits — such as figuring out what to do with your tax refund check. For more ideas, check out “Tax Hacks 2018: How Not to Blow Your Tax Refund.”

How do you get rid of sensitive documents? Share your money-saving tips by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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