If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. You can never be too prepared, because you never know what’s coming. Whether it’s the global pandemic, murder hornets (where’d they disappear to anyway?), economic collapse or natural disasters, there are safety measures you can take.
The current pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities across almost every industry. It’s painfully clear that many of us are not ready for the unexpected. For a small business owner, under-preparation could cause more than just inconvenience – it could have disastrous consequences. Now is the perfect time to improve your businesses’ readiness.
Californians know that the Big One is not ‘if,’ but ‘when.’ And no one wishes for a large earthquake – not now, or ever. There is never a good time for an earthquake. But right now might actually be the least-bad time.
Your Jumpstart policy is your first line of defense against earthquakes. It will help you recover faster when our next large earthquake hits California, Oregon, or Washington. Now that you’ve improved your financial preparation, what are some next steps to continue getting better prepared for a disaster?
When you remodel your house or condo building, you might find yourself with a decision: should I update the kitchen or replace the foundation, or both? Most of us don’t see the concrete foundation every day, so when you do take a look you might wonder: is that normal? Let’s peek “under the house” to learn more!