What happens to your ‘digital estate’ on death?
We have all heard the recent stories of exploding phones, and we have all had that moment when your computer freezes and your heart leaps in your chest as the last few hours of (unsaved) work disappear before your eyes… But there are normally ways of recovering material.
So what would you do if your online information was lost forever? To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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