Monday, March 19

First Alert - Home Safty Giveaway

Who isn't concerned about safety these days!?  You just can't seem to trust many people....As a mom of three beautiful boys, I'm always concerned about their safety, even in the home.  I'm also concerned about their future...I know that sounds funny, but their documents are part of their future.... I try to store their documents (birth certificates, social security cards, etc) in a safe place...what if we had a break in or a fire or hurricane (live on the coast)...I want to take every percussion that i can to ensure my children are safe in every possible way!  The First Alert Security Chest helps ease my mind about our documents at least...The First Alert Security Chest is Fire Resistant, Waterproof even when fully emerged and hold legal sized papers.  Think tax returns, birth certificates, marriage certificates, and even those important photos all of us parents would hate to loose!  Home safety is something that most of us forget about...but take the opportunity now and please find First Alert’s tips for safely storing tax documents below:
  
Use safe storage solutions to keep your documents secure - The IRS can request to see documents from several years back, so consider purchasing a safe to store tax information as well as copies of federal and state income tax returns. 
  
Back up your taxes online for easy and reliable access - Many tax programs allow you to file electronically and then save your information in their system.  Just like backing up a hard-drive, this is a safe and easy way to keep important information accessible electronically, without worrying about a computer crash.  It’s a good idea to print out copies of returns as well. 

Avoid damage from the elements – Keep your tax documents protected even in the event of a natural disaster or home fire. Look for waterproof and fireproof safes that are fully submersible in water and can resist extremely high heat. These types of safes are also ideal for storing other important documents – such as mortgage papers – that can be essential to rebuilding after a hurricane or fire. 

First Alert safes are now available in Target stores in your area, easy to shop for and saves so much headaches, stress, and worry...Keep your home safe and get yourself a First Alert Security Chest today!  

 OR

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27 comments:

Kimberly said...

I would use this to store our social security cards, birth certificates, and professional licenses.
kirbycolby at gmail dot com

McKim said...

savings bonds, birth certificates, car titles

Ashley said...

All of our personal documents, car documents, and anything else that can't be easily replaced!

demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

kyl neusch said...

passports and documents

Rebecca Graham said...

I would store passports and deeds.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

Timshaun said...

I would store social security cards and birth certificates
Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

Brenda Gaines said...

social security cards, birth certificates and passports.

bg_sweeps@yahoo.com

kdkdkd said...

birth certificates and passports

cowboyswife said...

birth & marriage certificate, health documents, memory cards, tax forms

Tamar said...

I would store important documents and possibly some small electronics.
Tam S.

EverythingSarah said...

car titles, deeds, birth marriage and death certificates etc
crazyweirdo33@yahoo.com

brich2222 said...

would store things like birth certificates, titles, wills etc

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Amy said...

It would be a good place to keep our passports

Anonymous said...

we could keep out house title and deed in it
whitebonnie@centurylink.net

Julie said...

social security cards,marriage licences birth certificates
thanks
aunteegem@yahoo.com

kat said...

I would store.. birth certificates, marriage licence, last will and testaments, and other important documents.
kat_emerick@yahoo.com

jjudge said...

I would store the kids birth certificates and Social Security cards....

mary gardner said...

birth certificates, social security cards and insurance policies

marygardner49 at aol dot com

Andrea Henry said...

photos and birth certificates

caden at pineland.net

tavernie said...

Insurance Papers!

ptavernie at yahoo dot com

kathy pease said...

Birth certificates,car titles and important papers

1porkchop said...

I would keep prior years tax documents in the safe

wcc said...

I would keep birth certificates and tax papers safe thanks to First Alert!
whitechocolatecherries at gmail.com

Jared Roberts said...

I would keep our birth certificates, passports, marriage certificate and things like that in there! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

Sherri Jackson said...

I would store my kid's birth certificates and insurance papers in there. Sherri J savvyblog@yahoo.com

daveshir2005 said...

All important papers like marriage cert, birth cert etc.

daveshir2005@yahoo.com

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