Even with a solid financial plan, it’s possible that situations will arise beyond your control that negatively impact your finances. Natural disasters impact millions of Americans a year, and while the headlines often focus on the physical damage and the residents who are displaced – they can wreak havoc on your bank account. In addition to Mother Nature, Americans also need to be prepared to deal with a wide variety of financial scams. And the dominant role the internet plays in our society means that your financial information can be at risk every time you visit the web. This section gives you tips from CPAs about how to plan for the unexpected and what to do if your finances are thrown a curveball by a natural disaster of a financial fraudster.
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- How to File an Insurance Claim
- Damage Control for Identity Theft Victims
- What You Need To Know About Bankruptcy
- Don’t be fooled by Coronavirus-related scams
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- 4 ways to manage financial stress
- Tips for Managing Your Mortgage During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Paying COVID-19 Medical Bills
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- Disaster Action Plan: 5 Key Steps to Protect Your Family and Finances
- Making a Disaster Plan for Your Family
- Be Financially Prepared in an Emergency!
- Make Sure You Have the Right Insurance Before Disaster Strikes
- Important Financial Documents Families Should Safeguard
- How an Estate Plan Protects Your Loved Ones
- Disaster and Financial Planning Guide
- How to Protect Yourself From ID Theft