16 January, 2017
Life is increasingly becoming digital and accordingly so are people’s estate assets. Often our banking is online, as are our utilities, insurance, we have Facebook and Twitter accounts, gaming accounts, phones, laptops, Sky, music, books, the list goes on and on.
Given that you have worked hard to accumulate these assets, don’t forget to include them in your thinking when making your Will. Many people think about inheritance tax planning, which is always a good idea, losing money to the government is one thing, but losing the asset to cyberspace, because your executors either don’t know about it or can’t access it, is surely a bigger tragedy and one that is easily avoidable.
Here are some tips to think about:
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