Folders & Filing
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Even in a world where everything is increasingly paperless, sometimes there's no substitute for physical records. Folders are an essential part of any business's office supplies list and help prevent clutter from building up on your desk; keeping all of your vital paperwork organized. Tax records, contracts and insurance certificates are easy to access when you file them properly in a filing system, and pocket folders store class materials like syllabi, exam study questions and homework.
Long-Term File Storage
Law firms, accountants and tax preparers need to store thousands of files for clients and regulatory purposes. File storage boxes have removable lids and heavy-duty cardboard construction so you can keep them indefinitely in a storage room or onsite archive. Plastic file totes are waterproof and keep out pests like mites, moths and silverfish so your most important records remain pristine. Plastic crates with wing lids and locking lids prevent mildew and mold from infiltrating paperwork in damp environments.
File Folders for Quick and Easy Access
Keep all of your surfaces tidy and clean by using an organized file system for work and home. Create customized color-coded systems with colored file folders or keep it simple with manila files. Reinforced tabs won't rip or tear with frequent handling. Packs with assorted tab positions make it easier to locate specific files in a crowded drawer. Card stock is more resilient for long-term durability.
Sort It with Hanging Files
The gliding convenience of hanging files helps you group similar folders together and ultimately protect your paperwork. Place the plastic tab anywhere on the top and sort your records by client names, months, years and details. Coated hangers on the side allow for easy sliding. If you're eco-conscious, look for folders made with post-consumer recycled paper.
A Presentation to Remember
Pocket folders keep presentation materials together for current and prospective clients. Laser-cut tabs on internal pockets let you include one or two business cards, so contact info is always close at hand. Plastic folders are reusable and sturdy, so they're ideal for transporting sensitive documents, photographs or schoolwork. Students may opt for clear or colored plastic folders to store and organize assignments term after term, especially if they need to prevent bending and tearing inside of a backpack or locker. Three-hole presentation folders fit into a binder to keep class work and papers organized. Report covers with clear fronts frame eye-catching graphics for an immediate impression.
Accordion Files Keep Everything Handy
When you need to bring files offsite, or you don't have enough space in a dorm or apartment for a full-size file cabinet, accordion files have expandable compartments to hold tax records, receipts, escrow documents and contracts. Expanding wallets have elastic cords to keep contents secure while you're traveling from meeting to meeting.
If you've got a stack of paperwork you regularly reference for big accounts or ongoing projects, keep those files easily accessible on your desk with a file sorter. Mesh sorters look modern and fashionable in any office or home and have several compartments for folders and paperwork. Step file sorters have an angled rack to make tabs easier to read. Desk trays have discreet compartments for folders, fliers, portfolios and brochures.