sscritic wrote:I don't see that you listed beneficiaries for anything. I would think that would be relevant if you both were to die, and even if only one of you were to die. Not every person leaves everything to a surviving spouse. I am guessing you have no children as they were not mentioned; someone who had children would leave some information about them I would expect.
NAVigator wrote:I have a document that I keep updated. Every account I have is listed and how it is handled (online, automatic draft, mail, etc). I have my will, living will, POA, etc in a binder. The passwords are all kept separately and are encrypted on my computer. The instructions on how to eventually get to this information is with the executor. So, if the whole world doesn't end today due to the Mayan calendar, I'll be ready on an individual basis.
tadamsmar wrote:Your executor and POA can get proper access to the proper accounts when they need it.
runner9 wrote:I'd be worried about mailing information like that.
My parents have info hidden a certain place in the house. I've never seen it, but I know where it is if needed.
texasdiver wrote:And I'm curious what the rest of you do along these lines.
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