When it comes to looking to the future, one of the most important steps you can take is forming an estate plan. Unfortunately, because estate plans are meant for use after your death or incapacitation, it can be uncomfortable to think about estate planning or discuss it with your loved ones.
In addition, estate planning has changed over the years. What used to just be about real estate and tangible assets should now include digital assets as well. It might be odd to think about leaving digital assets to your loved ones, but you should definitely consider these important pieces of your estate in today’s financial landscape.
Read the full article in the Finances FYI section of The Seattle Times, sponsored by 1st Security Bank.