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How do you guys feel when you lose a copy of an invoice, or contract?

Besides curling up into a ball and hoping the invoice/contract expires, how do you handle these situations?

Contractor: Can I take a look at the contract you have with us?
Client: Sure, here it is!

Contractor: SO LONG SUCKER!!!
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I have this thing it called a Filing Cabinet.
What you do is you can take documents you want to keep safe and you FILE them in it, It works quite well.

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My filing cabinet is kind of like the closet from Narnia... I put things in, and POOF they appear in another dimension.

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Its funny because I sometimes misplace contracts too. I normally do two things file the contract, and then type the information (such as what services and price) of the contract into my computer.
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My filing cabinet has two drawers, top drawer is used for the residential, I have a folder for each customer, the bottom is the commercials, again a folder for each customer. The commercials, I scan the contracts into my computer into a customer file named by business in the main customer folders file. Each customer has their own folder that contains photos, contracts, agreements, estimates, property measurements and overhead Google & Bing Maps image of the property. I have found the newest version of Google Earth is crisper than previous versions.
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How do you guys feel when you lose a copy of an invoice, or contract?
Scott, did you run into that problem recently or are you just looking to avoid it from happening?
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