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How and Where to Replace Important Personal Documents

Sometimes we lose important papers in a disaster, sometimes we lose them when we move and sometimes we just plain lose them. Here is a list of commonly lost documents and how to get replacements. Birth and Death Certificates -  Visit your county’s Vital Statistics Office or go to go to here. Marriage Certificates and

How to Make Sure Your Spouse and Children Won’t Suffer Financial Hardship

Imagine this scene… One night, the telephone rang at the Anderson’s home, and Mrs. Anderson answered: “Hello.” “Hello, is this Mrs. Anderson?” the voice on the other end asked? “Yes,” Mrs. Anderson replied. “Mrs. Anderson, my name is Jill Brown. I’m a nurse at the General Hospital. Your husband was involved in a car accident

How to Make Sure an Auto Accident Won’t Destroy Your Family’s Dreams and Future

In the United States, there are about 18,000 vehicle accidents every day, 750 every hour, or about 13 every minute! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2002, 42,815 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes and 2,926,000 people were injured. This makes deaths from motor vehicle accidents the leading cause of death

How to Make Sure a Sudden Disaster Like a Fire Wipes Out Your Assets

Picture this scene… While driving home from visiting a friend one Saturday night, Bob and Janet Larsen heard on the radio there had been a fire in their neighborhood just an hour earlier. Seven homes were totally destroyed. The radio announcer said, “Although damage to the homes was one of the worst I’ve seen in

Eight Ways to Save on Your Auto Insurance

In the United States, there are about 18,000 vehicle accidents every day, 750 every hour, or about 13 every minute! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2002, 42,815 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes and 2,926,000 people were injured. This makes deaths from motor vehicle accidents the leading cause of death

Eight Ways to Save Money on Your Homeowner Insurance

Thanks to homeowners insurance, if something devastating should happen to your home, you’ll get the money from your insurance company to recover your losses (if you have the right kind of protection). You can use homeowners insurance to reduce or even eliminate your financial sufferings if something bad should happen to your home and possessions.

How to Make Sure a Fire Doesn’t Destroy Your Family’s Dreams

What would happen to your family’s lifestyle and future if an unfortunate event, such as fire, earthquake, flood, hurricane, theft, or lawsuit destroyed your business and you lost your income? Without your income, what kind of financial hardships would your family have to face? How would you pay your mortgage, your car payments, and your

Five Ways to Save on Your Homeowner Insurance

Picture this scene… While driving home from visiting a friend one Saturday night, Bob and Janet Larsen heard on the radio there had been a fire in their neighborhood just an hour earlier. Seven homes were totally destroyed. The radio announcer said, “Although damage to the homes was one of the worst I’ve seen in

How to Make Sure Your Loved Ones Will Be Taken Care of Financially

What would you do if everything you’ve worked so hard for was suddenly wiped out overnight by a fire, earthquake, flood, hurricane, tornado, accident, illness, theft, or another unfortunate event? Imagine losing your home, your car, your savings, your investments, your business, and your other valuable assets, and having to start all over from scratch.