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Blog Title: importance of having your information ready before an emergency




No one likes to think about worst-case scenarios, but the truth is that they can happen to any of us at any time. That's why it's so important to have your important personal and financial information documented and organized in one place before an unexpected emergency or event occurs. Not only will this give you peace of mind knowing that you are prepared, but it will also make things much easier for your loved ones in the event that something happens to you.


There are many different ways that you can go about documenting your information, but one of the easiest is to take advantage of the pre-formatted catalogs at PreparedandInformedfamilies.com. I’ve done the work for you—all you have to do is fill in the blanks. There is also space for you to add details that are specific to your family. Because this can be a time-consuming process, I offer bi-weekly Zoom calls to help you get started and answer any questions you may have. No one sees your info details but you.


Why You Should Document Your Personal and Financial Information

There are many reasons why it's so important to have your personal and financial information organized and easily accessible.


First and foremost, it will give you peace of mind knowing that you are prepared for anything life throws your way.


Secondly, it will make things much easier for your loved ones in the event that something happens to you. They won't have to waste valuable time trying to track down important documents or figure out how your finances work—it will all be right there at their fingertips.


Finally, if you have older parents or children of your own, documenting this information now will save them a lot of headache later on down the road.


How To Get Started

The first step is to gather all of the important documents and information that you'll need to document. This includes things like birth certificates, social security cards, passport numbers, tax returns, insurance policies, bank account information, investment statements, etc. Once you have everything gathered in one place. you can begin filling out the


The Second Step Decide where to record your information


PreparedandInformedfamilies.com has pre-formatted catalogs. They give you direction for what details you need to gather and they are ready for you to fill in. If you have any questions or need help getting started, I offer bi-weekly Zoom calls where I can answer any questions and give suggestions. You have 40 minutes set aside to focus and make progress on documenting, and only you see the details of your information.


No one likes to think about worst-case scenarios, but the truth is that they can happen to anyone at any time. That's why it's so important to have your important personal and financial information documented and organized in one place before an unexpected emergency or event occurs. Not only will this give you peace of mind knowing that you are prepared, but it will also make things much easier for your loved ones in the event that something happens to you. So what are you waiting for? Get started today!


For even more reasons and thoughts about getting started on documenting your information check out more blogs and Youtube


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