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My Household Inventory

After You've Completed Your Household Inventory

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  • Compare the list against your insurance to make sure all of your belongings are appropriately insured. See Buying Homeowner's Insurance.
  • Add the "worth today" column so you know how much your personal property is worth and make sure you have enough insurance. Fill-in (if you didn't already) the column with what your items could get if sold. See Selling Personal Property.
  • Highlight any items that need separate insurance. See Buying Homeowner's Insurance.
  • Store the list in a safe-deposit box or in a fireproof file.
  • Update your inventory whenever you acquire or dispose of major items.
  • Update your home inventory every year at a consistent, easy to remember time each year such as at tax time, or your birthday. Set an alert in your computer or in your calendar.

Click here to create your own Household Inventory.

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