Associated Press Lists Everplans As Convenient End-Of-Life Planning Solution

Thursday, June 23, 2016 • by Dania McDermott

Longtime news agency Associated Press deemed Everplans a tool that makes dealing with death easier for those left behind.

In a recent story they touch on the broad range of life-areas we cover in addition to referencing our Professional platform:

Everplans guides users through everything they need to do, such as uploading information about life insurance policies or pensions. There's also room to leave letters to loved ones and a place to put passwords for emails and instructions on what to do with Facebook accounts and other social media sites.

The site charges $75 a year for the service. But about 150 financial firms and advisers around the country offer Everplans to their clients, sometimes for free, says co-founder and co-CEO Abby Schneiderman. Some employers are also starting to offer Everplans to workers as a benefit, she says.

Big thanks to Associated Press, and the many outlets that picked up the story (ABC News, The Daily Mail, The New York Post), for spreading the word about what we're doing.

[via Associated Press]