Nobody wants to think it could happen to them, but natural disasters and weather events happen across the world every year. No matter where you live, there is a chance that your area or your home could be involved in some type of natural disaster that impacts your life.
Planning ahead for these types of events are the best way to prepare and ensure the safety of yourself, your family and your home. But what about your finances? Do you have a plan in place to keep your finances on track if you are impacted by a disaster in the future? In the wake of a disaster, there are many things to consider, including financial matters that can have a long term impact.
This downloadable eBook covers:
We hope you find this guide a useful resource to keep your family and your home safe. Disasters remind all of us of the things that truly matter, the safety of our family, the safety of our home and community coming together to help each other in adversity. While we can’t prevent disasters from occuring, It is possible to take control and recover financially as you try to get your life back on track.
If you’ve been a victim of a natural disaster, there are many resources available to assist you in getting back on your feet. An excellent place to start is Disaster Assistance.gov. Financially recovering after a natural disaster can be less stressful when you have the support of your community, family, friends and a variety of recovery resources.
Consumer Education Services, Inc. (CESI) is here to help. We are a non-profit committed to empowering and inspiring consumers nationwide to make wise financial decisions and live debt free. Speak with a certified counselor for a free debt analysis today
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