Not very long ago, owning a personal computer was a novelty. Today we all interact personally and professionally using desktop or laptop computers and access the internet by way of cellphones. The constant presence of digital information in our lives has led to social and economic changes that would have been hard to anticipate only a few generations ago.
For those of us born before the Reagan administration, using a cellphone and relying solely on a computer to communicate and do daily financial transactions seemed as futuristic as The Jetsons. Now, our children and grandchildren likely can’t imagine a world without a high-speed digital connection.
5 Reasons Everyone Should Plan for Their Digital Assets
Not everyone is motivated to care about what happens to their digital assets after they’re gone. But here are a few reasons why you should:
- Certain social media platforms will automatically mark a deceased user’s profile as…