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If flooding, fire, earthquake or another natural disaster struck your business, how would you bounce back? Check out "How to Survive a Catastrophe," a free guide on how to develop a catastrophe recovery plan. Send your request with a SASE to Insurance Information Institute, 110 William Street, New York, NY 10038.

Find more support through the Business and Industry Council for Emergency Planning and Preparedness at www.bicepp.org. The nonprofit group sponsors ongoing seminars and workshops, and provides networking opportunities to exchange the most effective emergency-planning strategies.

Writer: Kimberly Stanséll is a Los Angeles-based businesswoman and author of "Bootstrapper’s Success Secrets: 151 Tactics for Building Your Business on a Shoestring Budget," (Career Press).

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