How long should tapes from board meetings be kept?

Q: Our board of directors meetings are taped and I understand that the tapes have been reused before our accepting the minutes for the previous board meeting. Sometimes there is a discrepancy regarding the minutes as written but we don’t have the tapes to verify this information. Shouldn’t the tapes be kept as a legal record of matter for a period of seven years?   Read the Q&A……….


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