Document Your Possessions Using A Digital Recorder

Document Your Possessions Using A Digital Recorder

In a fire, earthquake, or other disaster, you could lose your house, cars, computers, other belongings like electronics, TVs, home theater systems, stereos, music, and even treasured family photos. When you attempt to replace those losses, it can be helpful if you can produce some documentation of what you owned—receipts, recent photographs, and when and where you purchased or obtained the more expensive items. Gathering all this information, if it's even available, is a daunting task when dealing with a major loss.  There is another way to document your belongings. Make a digital movie to supplement photos and receipts of what you own.  All you need to get started is a digital video camera, CD burner and digital video editing software.

 Make a copy of the movie and send it to your insurance agent. Keep several other copies in a safe place, outside of your home. If you own or can borrow a digital video camera, it’s a simple task to document your assets. With luck, you'll never need that digital inventory, but you'll appreciate having it if you do suffer a major loss.

 


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