There are some documents you should never dispose of or must at least hold on to for a certain time. Thanks to the upload function, you can store these documents as well on the secured Doccle platform for free. Please find a short overview below:
1. CERTIFICATES OF GUARANTEE
There usually is a 2-year warranty on all devices you purchase (TV, mobile phone, computer, etc.) If you encounter any problems with these devices during this time period and want to be entitled to a free repair, you must be able to show your certificate of guarantee.
2. WORK DOCUMENTS
Tax forms, vacation time, proof of educational leave, etc. These are some examples of documents you must keep in order to fill out your income tax return or to present to a potential future employer.
3. VEHICLE DOCUMENTS
If your car gets stolen, it is easier to recover all your official vehicle documents (certificate of conformity of the vehicle, proof of insurance, registration, roadworthiness certificate, etc.) if you kept a copy of them.
4. ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS
Your diplomas and certificates should always be kept in a safe location. Your employer may request these at any time and the institute you received them from may charge you to send proof that you obtained a degree.
5. MEDICAL DOCUMENTS
Be sure to save all your medical documents in one single location that is accessible to both your emergency contact person and yourself. That way, you can avoid dangerous situations and make sure the right people receive your vital information in a timely manner.
6. HOUSING INFORMATION
Regardless of whether you rent (out) or live in an apartment, build a house or sell a studio: there is always a lot of paperwork involved and some documents should be kept in a safe place. Some examples of important documents to keep are your energy performance certificate (EPC), building permit, etc.
7. NATIONAL IDENTITY DOCUMENTS
Did someone steal your wallet and/or purse while you were travelling abroad? You can save yourself a lot of stress and misery by securely storing a copy of your documents on-line (identity card, passport, etc.) In addition, you will never struggle to sign in with your eID if you store your PIN and PUK codes on-line as well.