A comprehensive guide regarding the economic part of disaster preparedness and disaster recovery. The guide discusses practical approaches to prepare for the expenses of a disaster and what is available for the economic recovery from a disaster. Included is information on how to negotiate with your insurance company and the bank that holds your mortgage, and where to go to replace your important papers. The guide includes all the government programs that are available for grants and loans to recover from a disaster, especially the programs that FEMA doesnat tell you about. This guidebook is designed for use by individuals and families, small businesses, farms and ranches, local governmental entities, and anyone concerned about limiting the financial devastation a disaster can cause.Use the current property tax statement for land vs. building ratios, if available; if not available, get copies from the county assessora#39;s office. ac Check with appraisal companies to locate a library of old multiple listing books. These can be ... and Edmunds [http://www.edmunds.com/] are available online and at most libraries. They are good sources for the current fair market value of most vehicles on the road.
|Title||:||Disaster Dollars: Financial Preparation and Recovery for Towns, Businesses, Farms, and Individuals|
|Author||:||James L. Jaffe, J.D.|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-04-24|