Many people are going to watching and preparing for Hurricane Irene as she hits this weekend, but even for those who are not in immediate danger – it might make you think about what you’d do in an emergency.
Do you have a plan already in the works? Do you know where your important paperwork is? If you don’t check out a couple of our past interviews we did on financial emergency preparedness:
–Getting to know your stuff: Learn how to document your property so you can file an insurance claim in case of loss or damage in a disaster.
–Preparing your financial emergency kit: What paperwork you should keep in a “go” box that you can grab before escaping your home.
–How to financially prepare for a disaster: Information on how to develop an emergency plan for your finances.
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