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Protect your assets with crypto inheritance.

Recently, the popularity of cryptocurrency has skyrocketed. More and more people are learning about how crypto works, and starting to recognize it as a legitimate financial asset. Everywhere you look, there’s news about the latest thing in crypto. New people are being introduced to it, buying in with the hope…

Inherit with ease by using a Payable on Death account.

A Payable on Death account (POD) is useful for many reasons. POD accounts don’t go through the probate process, allowing executors to easily access funds left for them once the account holder passes away. It’s easy to create a POD account, and you can leave as much as you’d like…

If you have a trust, you may want a pourover will.

A pourover will ensures that any assets that are not already part of your trust when you die are included in it automatically. Without this crucial piece of your estate plan, problems can arise for your heirs if they were expecting to receive these funds. …

There are several crucial documents needed for your estate plan.

No matter who you are, what you do, or how much you own, you should have an estate plan. This will help protect you and your loved ones when you die. Without one, your family will have a lot more on their plate when they should have space to grieve…

Fairmint is turning equity into a powerful community engagement tool.

The digital world has given users of popular services more of a voice than ever before. Fairmint is a program that offers companies better access to equity. This is beneficial to both the company and users alike. …

Centralized is out, decentralized is in.

With the emergence of blockchain, more and more technological advancements are shifting from centralized to decentralized. This means that instead of one single server location, an operation can be executed from servers everywhere, making it next to impossible to destroy a blockchain service the way one might a centralized one…

Endowl uses deep vertical integration to make every aspect of estate planning easier.

Traditional methods of estate planning, such as using an attorney, might require you to approach many different professionals to properly complete your plan. This hassle is part of what makes creating a will and trust so off-putting, and can even turn it into a much pricier venture than necessary. Creating…

Everyone has that “aha!” moment.

Most people are hesitant when it comes to discussing their own death. This is completely understandable, as it’s a fairly uncomfortable topic. Thinking about all the scary unknowns brought about by dying can be frightening. But, no matter how grim it is, discussing it is necessary. …

There are different things your loved ones will need before and after you pass away.

When you die, you’ll want to give your family secure information so they can access things like your cryptocurrency, business information, social media accounts, bank documents, etc. But before any of that happens, your heirs will need other things, as well.

Pre-death document access

Prior to your death, there are some things your…

Your devices might be able to tell your loved ones how you’re doing.

What happens to your social media profiles when you die? Typically, they remain up and inactive with no one to manage them. If you usually post a lot on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram and suddenly stop, this can be a good tell that something’s wrong. …

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