When should you consider Certified Mail?
1. Mailing to a PO Box
This is one of the most secure ways you can mail important documents to a Post Office address. In the event the person is not present to receive the certified piece of mail, the postal carrier will leave a notice for the recipient. Once the recipient has received it, the mail will be marked as delivered with a date stamp included in your tracking details
2. Proof of Mailing & Delivery
If you’re mailing critical documents to a PO box, certified mail not only helps your document stand out in the mail streams but it also provides a tracking number as proof of delivery. Giving you peace of mind when it has been delivered.
Tax accountants highly recommend sending sensitive documents, like your tax returns to the IRS, using certified mail because it’s the only way to be completely sure that your taxes have been delivered to this entity. Certifying your tax documents demonstrates you’ve done your due diligence in mailing them in on time which can help you to avoid late fees with this proof of mailing.
3. Need Legal Help
Certified mail is simply great record keeping. Especially, in the event when you find yourself in the middle of a dispute. Certified mail is considered a legal document and can be entered into a court of law to show intent and action taken on your part.
Mailing your stuff doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective. Sip and Ship has the ability to help you navigate uncertainty with great efficiency. Giving you time to enjoy a warm cup of coffee and freshly baked chocolate chip-cookie with peace of mind.
Thank you for supporting our small business. We look forward to seeing you this week.