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As a financial advisor, I understand the need to have beneficiary and account information in a secure but quickly accessible spot. My Life In a Flash is an easy and effective way to aggregate this information and make sure it’s secure. Everyone should own one!

The “My Life in a Flash” program that Terry Skriba has installed on a Flash Drive is an exceptional tool for any adult, but especially the elderly. It is a simple tool that plugs right into your home computer or laptop. It helps organize your affairs to make it far easier for heirs when you pass, whether or not you have a Will or a Trust. I have a “My Life in a Flash” program myself.

The “My Life in a Flash” is available at a nominal one-time cost. I highly recommend it.

That is one heck of a tool! It is more complete than anything in anticipated and covers a lot of bases. Definitely something that once completed one would want to keep in a cool dry place.

Stop Rummaging thru your husband’s/parents’ desk drawers for account information, passwords, etc.
The owner’s extensive experience as a Paper Organizer has captured in “My Life in a Flash” the file structure, making it the most complete document organizing tool out there.  All families are different, some sections you might not need, while other sections will need to be expanded, which is very easily done.  I can only highly recommend “My Life in a Flash” to anyone who wants to eliminate/minimize the stress often related to searching for passwords, critical documents, etc. in case of illness or death of a parent or spouse.

The Excel spreadsheet is so well designed, with easy to find logical folders for different types of text information.  Keeping ALL my personal information organized in one, small, convenient place is great.  Talk about being extremely secure.  I do not trust putting important information onto some internet storage drive that might cancel my subscription account for some reason.  Or worse, only on the smartphone that can get stolen or crash.  I can put it in my tiny fireproof safe.

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