Jill On Money: Ida, Caldor, and insurance

The Caldor Fire, Hurricane Ida, and numerous other climate events should serve as a wake-up call to all of us — everyone should claw through their files to review their homeowners and rental insurance policies. I published a lot of this information after previous storms but have updated it and

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divided it into what you should do before and after a disaster.


Locate your property and casualty insurance policies. If you have physical contracts, ask the company or agent for a digital version that you can access easily from anyone’s computer. While you’re at it, do the same for all your estate or other important

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