I just found a hoard of FDIC Quarterly Banking Profile books. I am assuming that we have kept these over the years because no one knew how long to keep them. As a rule of thumb, I have been keeping things that I am unsure of for at least 5 years. I have not found something in my department that has to be kept any longer tan that. I could not find any record retention guidance for this book. Should I trust my gut and just keep 5 years worth?
What is the record retention of vault open/close logs?
Any idea how long we need to retain a "referral authorization" that we have between a collection agency and our customer?
We are working on our record retention schedule and were wondering if there is a record retention schedule for the state of Oklahoma that we need to be incorporating into ours?
What is the retention time for drivers license copies?
Customer uses $3,500 cash in part to buy a $13,000 cashier's check. Is this supposed to go on the Monetary Instrument records? Does the rule (3000 - 10,000) apply to the cash used or the check total?
Are gift cards (prepaid access cards) considered monetary instruments that need to be recorded on a bank's monetary instrument log? I am aware of 2011 changes related to prepaid access cards and MSBs. Has the requirement for MIL record keeping for banks been expanded to include the sale of prepaid access cards?
Isn't there something that says that a customer is someone that has a depository account and not just a loan. So the person is NOT considered a customer until they have a deposit account. Is this correct?
What information should be included on the annual forms completed by insiders?
Loan originally for the purpose of "finish construction on Son's home." Processed as a unsecured consumer line of credit. Can purpose be changed to commercial line of credit using the same loan number with all new documents referencing commercial purpose?