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Do you struggle with paper management? Do you have piles of paper everywhere and no where to put them? Or, are your file cabinets bulging with paper and you don't have any room for new papers? Do you know what papers should be kept and for how long? Do you know how to file them? That's where FreedomFiler comes in. It's a "self-purging" filing system that provides an easy-to-file and easy-to-maintain way to contain your paper information. And, it's attractive too!

As a Trained and Certified FreedomFiler Consultant I can help you with all of these paper management issues and more.

You can purchase an already assembled FreedomFiler Quick Start set with the most commonly used labels already affixed to hanging files and stored in an attractive filing box for you to use in the box or transfer into your filing cabinet. The set includes extra labels and file folders so you can customize it for your specific needs. The cost for the Quick Start set is $150.

You can purchase a FreedomFiler Label Kit and you can set it up on your own, or we can help you customize it for your own use. The price of the kit is $42.95.

You can purchase either of the above from FreedomFiler directly by clicking on the Freedom Filer Graphic above or directly from me.

To schedule a session to learn how to use the FreedomFiler system and setting it up for your specific needs, call me at 503-246-0710 or e-mail me at anne@solutionsforyou.com

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