Protect Yourself: Using Insurance, Security Techniques and Common Sense to Keep Yourself, Your Family and Your Things Safe
Silver Lake Publishing, 2003 - Business & Economics - 100 pages
Global terrorism has moved out of pulp novels and bad movies...and into living rooms. The hardest thing for most people to handle is that no one's sure what form the next catastrophic loss will take. Poisoned water? A crashed Internet? What can someone who's not with the National Security Agency do? This book explains how basic kinds of insurance can protect people from risks in the world. It shows how smart management of personal finances and personal behavior can lower your exposure.
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