Essential services are a class of industries and organizations within that are deemed "essential" by a government entity.
In order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, many businesses are implementing a temporary "work from home" policy for their employees effective immediately. With the CDC recommendations of "social distancing" and avoiding large groups, several non-medical industries are able to implement this policy without a huge drop in production temporarily.
HB 4390 amends the Texas Identity Theft and Protection Act with two major changes that took affect Jan. 1, 2020. Those who suffered a breach need to send notices to the consumers who were affected and the Texas Attorney General within 60 days of learning of the breach. And, if a breach affects more than 250 Texas residents, the company or individual that suffered the breach must notify the Texas Attorney General.
Once you separate the tax documents and supporting evidence you need to keep and destroy, you'll need shredding services to ensure that those documents are shredded and recycled so that no one can put them back together. Many people believe that companies like Shred America only services businesses, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Our services include one-time shredding services, residential shredding and a document drop-off program so that individuals can safely discard confidential information such as tax records.