10 Ways to Prepare for Nature's Worst

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10 Ways to Prepare for Nature's Worst

Earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, hail, hurricanes, tornadoes and lightning strikes are just a few of the nasty surprises that nature can whip up. Unfortunately, bad weather can affect anyone. It is important to prepare for both large-scale and small-scale natural disasters so that when the damage is done, you have the means to pick up the pieces and rebuild your portfolio – and your life.

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