Hurricane Preparedness

The Personal Financial Planning Cone of Uncertainty

by Ben Simiskey on Sep 16, 2020

Emergency Preparedness, Retirement Planning, Life Planning, Hurricane Preparedness
As people in this part of the world know, hurricanes can be unpredictable. With both hurricanes and personal financial planning, the uncertainty causes some people fear, panic or inaction. For others, the uncertainty drives active, disciplined preparation. That preparation doesn’t change the unpredictable path of a hurricane or the unexpected arrival of a global pandemic or the ever-surprising twists and turns of life. But it’s critical in how each of those things impacts us.

Preparedness Requires Action

by Ben Simiskey on Aug 26, 2020

Disaster Planning, Emergency Preparedness, Hurricane Preparedness
At the time of this writing, Hurricane Laura is rapidly intensifying in the Gulf of Mexico and bearing down on the Texas-Louisiana border. For those of us who grew up on the Gulf Coast or those who have lived here for any length of time, hurricane season (June 1 to November 30 each year) is as real as any other season on our calendars.
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