Friday, April 26, 2013



FEMA is looking into how to reduce fire risks in Northern California, CAL FIRE is warning of a high risk of wild fires throughout California. All of the western states are a tinderbox that worries fire protection officials. How can individuals improve the possibility of surviving and successfully recovering from a wild fire? How can you protect your family, your important documents, your home and contents? How will you find you family members in the chaos of a disaster event?

The experts continuously tell us that planning and preparation is the key.

I have prepared a brief but comprehensive “toolkit” for families to use to protect family, important documents, home and contents.

If you would like a free copy, send me an email at If there is further follow-up to your email, it will only be initiated by you, I will not send any emails or snail mail other than the “toolkit:” I will not sell or share your contact information.

Include the following information in your request:

Please mail a copy of the Ready Now, disaster preparedness Toolkit.



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Stay safe, the process of protecting your family and home is not difficult; it only takes a bit of time.

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This material was contributed by John Trapani. A Certified Public Accountant who has assisted taxpayers since 1976, in analyzing and reporting transactions of the type covered in this material.  
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1 comment:

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