Most of us are living life online. We manage bank accounts, read the news, browse social media and shop for, well, just about everything.
With all those accounts come oodles of usernames, PINs and passwords. They can be tough to remember and even tougher to change!
It isn’t easy for us to keep track of our own online accounts, so imagine how difficult it would be for a loved one to access them in case of an emergency. These accounts make up your “digital estate,” and they’re a critical part of your overall estate plan.
In three steps, you can ensure your digital estate is protected and your loved ones know how to access your information in case of an emergency.
You can create a lasting legacy at the Foundation by including us in your future plans. Contact Jen Rudiger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-232-1151 to learn more.
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