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April 13, 2013 7:00 AM

BBB: Home inventory should top consumers’ to-do list

Kansans have many reasons to take the time to make a list of their homes’ contents: stormy weather, fire threats and home burglaries, not to mention smaller catastrophes such as waterline flood damage. Imagine the trauma such events can induce, multiplied by the stress of having your insurance company tell you to list everything that was lost or damaged, including the amount you paid for it.

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