1 in 5 families with children under age 18 does not have life insurance, according to a 2018 LIMRA study. The study also indicated that 48% of U.S. households are underinsured by an average of $200,000.
A few basic home maintenance projects and a weekend class can go a long way towards protecting your family and property.
Your home and personal belongings are meaningful and valuable assets. If a disaster strikes, having insurance for your property is the best way to have the necessary financial resources to help you repair, rebuild, or replace whatever is damaged.
More than half of all homeowners in the United States do not carry adequate homeowner’s insurance to replace their home and its contents should a catastrophic loss occur. Now, before a disaster strikes, take the time to:
How to build your emergency kit is a subject of much debate. You can find thousands of suggestions online, so it’s very easy to become overwhelmed and confused.
September is National Preparedness Month. Use it to create a plan for how your family will respond to a disaster: floods, power outage, fire, active shooter, earthquakes, severe weather, or worst case scenario – the zombie apocalypse.
Okay, we’re kidding about that last one. Sort of…
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