Tax Season is a Perfect Time to get Financially Prepared for Disasters

By David Wojs Posted February 18, 2019 In Personal Preparedness Tips

With the annual tax return season in full swing take a moment to review the FEMA Financial Preparedness Tips such as:

  • Consider saving money in an emergency savings account that could be used in any crisis. Keep a small amount of cash at home in a safe place. It is important to have small bills on hand because ATM’s and credit cards may not work during a disaster when you need to purchase necessary supplies, fuel or food.
  • Tax statements to provide contact information for financial and legal providers & apply for FEMA disaster assistance

Other helpful tips for Financial Preparedness are available through FEMA at Ready.gov.

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