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What Should I Keep In My Safe?

Everyone has items in their home that are special to them. You’ve also got items that you need to keep protected for privacy reasons. Family heirlooms and important documents are something that only your hands should touch (unless you say otherwise). You may be asking yourself, “what should I keep in my safe?” The key is deciding what truly needs to be kept under lock and key. We will help you narrow down what should be locked away and what shouldn’t.


What Should I Keep In My Safe?

A home safe is something that every homeowner should invest in. In the grand scheme of things, they really are quite affordable. When you factor in the devastation that can be caused if any of these items were stolen or lost, it’s chump change. Here are some of the things you should keep in your safe:

  • Your passports and birth certificates – A passport which falls into the wrong hands can be used to do some truly dastardly things. Additionally, a great deal of your personal information is held within this document. The same goes for your birth certificate. This is an extremely important document and should be stored properly.
  • Wills and insurance policies – Continuing with the theme of important documents, your will is the only thing that will guarantee your wishes are carried out after your death. When you call it by its full name, last will and testament, it’s easier to understand the gravity of the document. Your insurance policies are another smart addition to your safe. You’ll also want to include your insurance agent’s contact info should they need to be contacted.
  • Photocopies of important documents and identification – You should keep copies of your driver’s license, passport, birth certificate and other important documents, should they get stolen. You’ll be able to provide proof of your identity and start down the path of righting the wrongs done to you.
  • Heirlooms – One of a kind items that are near and dear to you should be kept safe. Often, these are some of your most valuable possessions, not just sentimentally. Keep these items safe and sound in your safe.

What should I keep in my safe? Hopefully we’ve helped answer this question for you. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

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