An interesting comment was made to me today. It was basically what I was going to do with my websites and Hubpage account when I consider making a will.
A "will" in Australia is a legal document you write that details how you want your assets dispersed in the event of your death. I do not know what it is called internationally.
It got me to thinking that with Adsense accounts etc and the money we make, that this is an asset and wondered how many other people considered this in case the worse happens.
I started writing down all my passwords and url's so I can pass them onto my children, just in case.
Any thoughts on this?
It's called a "will" in the U.S. too. Good point. I'm hoping my Hubs will eventually become my "retirement income", though, so I'm hoping to be around long enough to see that happen.
wow - thanks for this suggestion! At last I have something to will to my kids - but I better get busy, if I were to croak tomorrow, I doubt if they'd be impressed on under $3 a month!
Its called a Will in the UK too, this is so Ironic because I have been thinking of wills recently, didn't think of this
Smart idea could be a good one to pass on to the kids, best get that money rolling in quick then.
Oh man how would I determine heirs for my hubs willy wonka style?
great news! I better get hammering the keys so they get more than a few cents. lol Thanks and aloha!
My nineteen year old son has already shot gunned one site I have when I am gone.
I thought to myself, "thanks for your appreciation of my nineteen years service".
Oh well, Kids!!! Still it is something they can have that will make them money for years to come.
I didn't know you could leave your adsense income to your loved ones. Really?
I wonder if you can will your earnings to your favorite charity?
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