Top Tips to Keep Your Documents Safe in an Emergency
You never know when disaster will strike, and its best to be ahead of it when it does. America is prone to floods and wildfires- so be prepared. We have several documents that, if lost, could be hard or impossible to replace. Here are some tips to help in being proactive about protecting your valuable information.
Create a System:
It's much easier to grab an important document- if you know where it is!
Organize your documents into categories: Medical, insurance, taxes, personal, employment.
Keep important documents in one place: Use a fireproof box or safe.
Scan your photos and ID's into the computer or email.
Buy a safe keep box for storage:
Keep anything from marriage certificates to digital family photos in the box.
How to buy a safe?
Consider the content intended for the safe to determine the size safe you need
Consider the lock option you want: electronic, combination, or key
The safe will need to withstand effects of heat, water, and physical impact
Be sure to check the maximum temperature it can withstand to ensure your documents survival.
Author:Mandy Lehman Phone: 210-473-8949 Dated: August 25th 2015 Views: 812 About Mandy: ...
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