Vital Information

Record vital information in your PDA or notebook. You may want to list the medications you take and when to take them, your medical history, names and phone numbers of your doctors and health insurance company, emergency procedures, your homeowner's insurance contact information, credit card information, and work and cellular numbers of your closest relatives and friends. Password protection of sensitive personal and financial information is always a good idea. Store important documents, such as insurance papers and medical records, in a logically organized and clearly tabbed file cabinet or other designated location. More sensitive information, such as passports, wills, original receipts for valuable possessions, and other primary financial information, should be kept in a fireproof home safe or bank safe deposit box.

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