Handling Finances After a Natural Disaster
Handling finances, mortgage payments, and credit card bills can be frustrating following a disaster.
Here are links to resources that may be of assistance.
Wildfire Information and Resources
Information and resources from the Washington Emergency Management Division.
Wildfires and Home Insurance
Information from the Washington State Insurance Commissioner about homeowner insurance and wildfires.
Disaster Recovery and Your Money: A Basic To-Do List
A basic to do list from the FDIC on what to do after a disaster.
Protecting and Rebuilding Your Finances After A Disaster
Information from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on how you can protect and begin to rebuild your finances following a disaster.
Checklist: Rebuilding Your Finances
Checklist from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for rebuilding your finances.
What You Should
Do In The Days Following A Disaster
Information from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on what you should do in the days following a disaster.
What If I Can't Pay My Credit Cards and Loans After a Disaster?
Information from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on what you should do if you can't pay your credit card or loan bill following a disaster.
Mortgages and Homes
What Should I Do If My House Is Destroyed?
Information from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on what to do if your home was destroyed.
Assistance for Homeowners Impacted by Disasters
Information from Fannie Mae about assistance that may be available to homeowners following a disaster.
What Should I Know About Using Contractors After A Disaster?
Information about what you should know about using contractors when rebuilding after a disaster.
Disasters - Are You Prepared Financially?
Information from the FDIC on how to prepare financially for a disaster.
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