Electronic Password Succession Plans


Many of us live an “online” life. We have user names and passwords for bank accounts, brokerage accounts, 401(k) accounts, children’s investments, credit cards, mortgage accounts, and other necessities of life; and we guard these secret identities carefully.

So where will our spouses or trustees find these identities and vital passwords in the event of an unexpected incapacity or sudden death? Our online information can be just as critical as our valuable papers, especialy for those who maintain most of their data electronically.

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