Organizing Important Documents

An article in the St. Petersburg Times talked about the safekeeping of your documents during a disaster. So as part or staying organized and having less stress, this information is very important:

“Securing your important documents should be a part of your disaster planning.
Birth certificates, death certificates, marriage license, divorce decrees, wills,
deeds, car titles, powers of attorney, insurance policies, stock certificates, and home
inventory should be kept in a safe place, preferably with copies at a second location.
For potential evacuation, keep a sturdy plastic bag handy with a list of your bank and
investment accounts, credit card numbers, mortgage loan numbers, and insurance
policy numbers – and the customer service phone numbers associated with each of them.
When you are ready to flee, drop in your check book, credit and debit cards and enough
cash to keep you going awhile.”
Plus garb your hard drive and your back-up drive from your computer
plus any and all photos that you can get your hands on.
Stay organized even during this time – reduce the stress if this time ever comes
to any of use.

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