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Data storage with space for a lifetime

Data storage has evolved over the years from floppy disk to USB, becoming increasingly smaller in size and providing more storage. This article takes a byte out of data storage and puts gigabytes and other units of measurements into perspective.

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Why planning ahead funeral services can bring comfort to your family

Funeral Planning eases the stress of making difficult decisions for your loved ones at an emotional time. Planning ahead enables you to design your final send-off and share your last wishes with your family. Storing your Funeral Plans in the LifeReady Vault makes it easy for others to access.

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Critical documents for end-of-life planning

When it comes to end-of-life preparation, the first thing that comes to mind is usually a Will and possibly a Trust fund. But, is that all you require to make life plans?

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Knowing the role and responsibility of becoming an Executor.

So, you have been chosen to act on behalf of an individual to execute their last wishes and administer their will which is an important responsibility. As an Executor, there are some important things that you need to know to fulfil this role successfully.

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The important difference between a General Power of Attorney and Enduring Power of Attorney that you need to know.

Where a general Power of Attorney is only relevant whilst you are alive, there is also the Enduring Power of Attorney, who has significantly more responsibility and may form an integral part of your Legacy information.

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The benefits of including an Advance Care Directive in your end-of-life planning.

Advance Care Planning is the process of planning for your current and future health care, when you are well, so that the decisions that you want to make for you, serve you when you are ill.

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Let's take a look at why managing your digital presence is an important part of end-of-life planning.

Almost every aspect of our lives have been been taken over by technology. This means that our digital footprint has been larger than ever. However, what we forget is that this footprint remains after we pass away, and often our loved ones have to deal with it.

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What happens to your social media and digital presence after you're gone?

Social Media takes up so much of our time. Not much of our daily lives exists without logging into our Facebook account, checking our LinkedIn Inmail or signing up to Netflix to catch the next trending show.

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Not having a Will can pose serious consequences for your loved ones.

Organising your end of life matters is a reality that is becoming even more urgent as we face a global pandemic and the uncertainty that comes with it.

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Is the Coronavirus Pandemic the universal trigger we need to get our life affairs in order?

COVID-19 has shaken the world up in many ways. Little did we know that entering into 2020 would also mean being forced into lockdown, social distancing measures and a new way of working.

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Here's a quick guide to the different types of Superannuation nominations available to you.

When thinking about your assets, especially those that we would like to pass on to our family and loved ones, setting up your Superannuation funds incorrectly could have dire consequences.

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Knowing the difference between an Executor from a Power of Attorney and how it can effect your Estate.

There is often a lot of confusion surrounding the roles of an executor and power of attorney when it comes to estate planning or responsibilities surrounding the care of a family member and their end-of-life wishes. Both roles are extremely important.