The WSJ’s Kelly Greene writes:
“Taking 15 minutes now to jot down your online passwords could save your family hours of frustration after you are gone.
As we all know, large chunks of our lives, both financial and personal, are lived online—bank statements, stock trades and email archives are all available with a few keystrokes. But when people die, their passwords often go with them, along with access to their digital assets.”
Read the whole article at http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304567604576456182693233372.html