disaster planning

Disaster Planning: 5 Essentials for your Financial Emergency Kit

With wildfires in the northwest, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma causing so much destruction, it’s a reminder to prepare for disaster… earthquake, tornado or ???
“It’s tempting to put off until tomorrow some of the important decisions about what happens to your retirement assets when you die. But it pays to plan ahead, especially for accounts that aren’t transferred by will or trust. Start here: Make sure there are designated beneficiaries for any retirement savings plans and pensions you own or may be entitled to.”
1. Cash and keys
2. Contacts
3. Personal Identification
4. paper or electronic copies of personal financial records
5. An inventory of your valuables and personal belongings.
Get the details at: 
http://www.finra.org/investors/highlights/disaster-planning-5-things-financial-emergency-kit?utm_source=MM&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=AI%5F090517%5FFINAL 
Source: Financial Planning for Women