[ snip... regarding e-bills and web site retrieval ]
> Canada Post has been offering something similar for a number of
>> years now.
And you can store
>> the bills for up to seven years which is the length of time the Cdn
>> tax authorities want you to keep documents. So, if you are being
>> audited, then you could likely give the tax folks your account and
>> password so they could check the bills themselves.
> "Risks Digest", a periodic compilation of, well, Risks in computing
> and related endeavors, has had many a reference to the problems people
> have in getting this information.
> Typical issue: you move your phone service to a different provider and
> the first one closes your account. Can you still get that info? Guess
> what the answer usually is...
> Same, by the way, with banks.
When I closed an account with a bank they told me I'd better get my account history off their web site before I did because it would be gone after I closed my account. Just what you said.
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