Q. My mother is very tech savvy. She is always on Facebook posting pictures, articles, and recipes. She uses online bill pay to pay most of her bills, and Microsoft Office 365 to keep a daily diary in Word and her monthly budget in Excel. She uses different passwords for everything, since she feels like that is the safest way to go. Recently, she has forgotten some of her passwords and has missed paying a couple bills as a result. I am concerned about what will happen to everything my mother keeps online, should she keep forgetting things, or if something happened to her? Also, I was wondering if you knew of a way for my mother to keep her cherished memories in one place, so she wouldn’t have to post them on Facebook for the world to see, or keep a diary in Word online, where she may not be able to access it? Thanks for your help!
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