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If you lose your debit card or your debit card is stolen be sure to contact your financial institution immediately!!  If your financial institution is closed contact Shazam at 1-800-383-8000. 

For those customers that have a TransFund Card (Burlingame Customers-Purple & White Card) the toll free number for lost or stolen cards is: 1-800-791-2525. 


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Keep your Tax Records Safe and Secure

If you are keeping your old tax returns and receipts stuffed in a shoebox in the back of your closet, you might want to rethink that approach of record keeping.  It doesnt matter if you store your personal information electronically or on paper; you tax records should be kept safe and secure. The same goes for any other financial, health, or retirement records you store, especially if the document(s) bear you social security number, name & address on them.

Here are just a few easy and practical ways you can protect your personal information.

  • Always retain a copy of your completed federal and state tax returns and the supporting materials. These prior-year returns & receipts will help you prepare your next year's taxes.
  • If you retain paper records, they should be kept in a secure location, preferably under lock and key.
  • If records are retained electronically on a computer, you should always have an encrypted electronic back-up, just in case your hard-drive crashes. 
  • Dispose of any old tax records properly. Never throw your old returns, health records, bank or personal information in the trash. Find a shredding service or shred them yourself before disposal.
  • Disposal of electronic records is a little more tricky. Deleting stored files will not remove them from your computer. The drives should be "wiped" clean. This may require a special disk or software.

The IRS recommends retaining copies of tax returns and the documentation to go along with them fror a minimum of three years to a maximum of seven years. Remember to keep all of this information in a safe place that you can access if needed. To learn additional steps you can take to protect your personal and financial data, please visit: 


Community Calander

May 23rd - Hartford 8th Grade Promotion 6pm

May 24th - USD 252 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!

May 27th - Harveyville High School Alumni Banquet @ Mission Valley 4pm - 9pm

May 27th - Hartford Alumni Banquet 5:30

May 29th - Memorial Day - All Financial Institutions will be Closed in Observance




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