Column: Make sure your family has a disaster plan

Emergency-planning ideas you may not have considered

Along with the start of the hurricane season in the east and the major droughts we are seeing in California and the west, it's also a good time to to make sure you're prepared for catastrophic events.

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Jason Alderman directs Visa's financial education programs. Follow him on Twitter, @PracticalMoney.


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