Financial Documents To Have Ready In Case Of Emergency

No one ever thinks they’ll wake up to a life-altering disaster, but it’s wise to prepare for the worst-case scenario.

Moneyning recommends keeping certain financial documents safe and close at hand in a centralized place should awful times befall you.

A financial first aid kid should include:

*Cash. A little spare bankroll kept in a waterproof, fire-resistant container could come in handy for essentials.

*Passport. Should it become necessary to travel overseas in a hurry, you don’t want to lose your ticket out of the country.

*Important financial numbers. It’s smart to keep account numbers, website URLs and phone numbers that help you access money in written form as well as digitally.

Click on the source link for other documents to keep at hand.

What stuff would you need most in case of an emergency?

What Financial Documents Do You Need in a Disaster? [Moneyning]

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