With our lives becoming consistently more online and digital focused, we all have assets that we may not even consider. Pass on your various online accounts and digital files in the right way.
Using our unique collection of guides and resources on managing your digital assets and planning for your families future, you can be sure to get the most from not only from our services but from our professional partners as well.
Take control of your online account afterlife and owned digital assets
It’s important that you can feel comfortable and confident about where all your assets and digital products will eventually end up. After a life of working hard on your digital assets, you’ll want to know that all of your work was not in vain. To make sure that you can have an easy handover of all of your digital assets, it helps to know what the process may be both if you are using Lexikin and if you are not and what the consequences could be.
What digital assets should I consider?
Many people don’t know what to keep or pass on when they are no longer here. What should you be leaving access to for your family to gain access to? Is there any kind of specific digital assets that you should be particularly conscious about getting rid of?
- Try and look at all assets that have even minor monetary value. Objects like online banking programs, PayPal, online shopping accounts, bookmakers, cryptocurrency, online lenders, online marketing and even a website business should all be taken into account.
- Look into all digital assets with a social value – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn etc. we have covered the social media side of things, if you would like to receive some assistance, by checking out our social media page.
- Also, you have to look for digital assets that held a significance personally. Not all assets have to involve monetary or business value – you can also find that considering assets of personal significance is important. From your iTunes with all of your music downloads to your YouTube account with videos right through to Flickr image accounts, it helps to make all of this clear.
- Before passing on, you can make sure that an agreed handover of all of your digital assets can take place. So long as it has some – any – kind of value to you, it might be worth passing on. From keeping those little memories alive to giving family access to your lucrative online business enterprise, it’s vital that you arrange a safe and effective handover of all of your original products in life.
- A failure to do this can leave you struggling slightly to keep all of your assets noticed. Without any kind of passage towards logging in and using the accounts, they will eventually stop being used. Companies will de-activate eventually after long periods of non-usage, meaning that all of your hard work (and money) could go missing.
If you want to avoid losing your digital assets or give extra responsibilities to your loved ones, then read our digital assets handling guides and Sign Up to Lexikin as soon as possible. At least then you have an easy way to pass on everything to your loved ones, making sure you, and they, don’t have to worry.