Yahoo walking in the footprints of planneddeparture


It is good to know that Yahoo is finally realising the importance of digital legacy and following the footsteps of PlannedDeparture 🙂 but they are missing the point that digital legacy goes beyond Yahoo.

Our digital footprint is increasing everyday and its not limited to the Yahoos or googles  or facebooks of the online world but includes all and many more accounts. All our financial and emotional lives have gone online right from bank accounts, insurance policies, Utilities bills to virtual currencies. You can find out more about your digital footprint here .

We need a more comprehensive solution to manage this big digital footprint. This is why we created This provides value to the user:

* By organising all the scattered information in one place. During lifetime the users knows about all the important information and accounts.

* By providing peace of mind that his/her important information will be communicated to his family or friends i.e the right people at the right time.

So why not try out PlannedDeparture today and start your free trial now.

Author: Planned Departure

Living and working in this digital era, our social media accounts – from Facebook, Twitter, Flickr to the likes of Pinterest – are increasing not only in number but also in volume. Additionally, many of us have domain names registered and libraries of movies, digital music and e-Books that can be of significant value. And let's not forget about Bitcoin and other virtual currencies! For the majority of us, these accounts and digital assets are likely to outlive us. And when we die, it is left up to family members and estate executors to sift through them all. Furthermore, even though they may have all the required passwords necessary for these accounts, many heirs will discover that they have no clear authority to access, or even to manage, the online accounts of their deceased loved ones. With the value of individuals' digital assets globally measured in the hundreds of billions of dollars, planning for the protection of our digital assets has moved to centre stage. It is essential that our online and social media accounts are included as part of the estate planning process. Failure to do so may not only deprive those we leave behind of fond memories and (possibly) a little nest egg, it could also leave us vulnerable to postmortem identity theft if fraudsters get to use our personal details to apply for credit facilities whilst our accounts remain unguarded. Planned Departure resolves these issues. We provide you with the ability not only to protect your digital assets, but also to clearly indicate who can access your online accounts and who should benefit from them. Create piece of mind today by registering with us in one quick and easy process.

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