Be Prepared for an Emergency!!!

Be Prepared for an Emergency

Be Prepared for an Emergency!!!

Personally, I have had my house burn down, be on a school bus and out in the open during a tornado, had forest fires threaten my home, experienced hail storms, and lived through numerous hurricanes and tropical storms. A few of those times, I have had to grab my vital and important documents and evacuate my home. Years ago, I decided to put together a kit, that I could just "Grab and Go" as I fled my home. I have a pouch with my passports and small cards that attach with Velcro to the outside of my fireproof grab bag. I don't want to waste precious minutes risking my safety. I am not alone in this exposure to disasters that require evacuation in a moments you can be prepared for an emergency!!!

According to AP News, ninety percent of the counties in the United States suffered a weather disaster between 2011 and 2021. Some endured as many as 12 federally-declared disasters over those 11 years. In fact, more than 300 million people - 93% of the country’s population - live in these counties.

If you needed to "Grab and Go" with your important papers and vital documents, would you be ready? 

At Financial Coaching Institute, we believe in being prepared for an emergency! Our Planning Kit helps you identify, collect, and organize your important papers.

The best advice we can give is to get your vital documents in order. We put our kit on sale with the start of hurricane season - now that the season is lasting longer than ever - we just keep the kit at a low price so it will be a "no-brainer" for you!!

Click here for more details!

Want other great resources for storing your vital docs?

Try these:

Awesome Fireproof Bag

Sentry File Folder Safe

Grab & Go Safe with Straps and Fireproof Bag

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