End-Of-Life Arrangements Should Include Digital Prep
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – We spend a lot of time online — social media, emails, the cloud — but a number of us don’t stop to think about what happens to those accounts when we’re gone.
We all know it’s a good idea to keep records of our bank accounts and other assets for our families to access. But now, people are getting more help organizing what some consultants call their “invisible stuff.” This includes passwords to social media accounts, phones and computers.
Experts suggest keeping a list of those passwords along with your end-of-life documents. They also suggest designating a tech-savvy digital executor.
You should also make it clear what you want to happen with your social media accounts after you’re gone.
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