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Death and … passwords?

Estate planning in the Internet age

Computer Password

I admit that it’s a bit of a stretch to write about passwords on a financial blog, but to be fair, it’s part of estate planning these days.  Also, I find that people who invest are generally the type of people who like to take care of business, as it were.  This being the Internet, that’s enough of a tie-in for me to post this here.

Every once in a while, you hear an idea that is so good, and so obvious (in hindsight) that you wonder how you have been able to live so long without thinking of it yourself.  If you’re like me, you (metaphorically!) kick yourself, make a mental note, and then, well, misplace the note a few days later.  And so it was with this idea, until I was reminded of it again the other day.  This, time, however, I’m writing it down so that I absolutely can’t forget to do it.  …someday.

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