Bank and brokerage accounts:Assets like bank and brokerage accounts, CDs and savings bonds can be wonderful gifts to use to create your legacy at Buckelew Programs. Simply name Buckelew Programs as the pay-on-death (POD) or transfer-on-death (TOD) beneficiary of these assets.
K. Security Keys. Security Keys allows you to require a physical security key to be used to sign in with your Apple ID. Security Keys requires that you have two-factor authentication enabled for your Apple ID, and that you use a FIDO certified third party security key as one of your two factors. Security Keys allows you to use a trusted device to add a new key or turn off Security Keys altogether to preserve access to your account. However, if you have lost all of your security keys as well as your trusted devices, you will lose access to your account permanently and Apple will not be able to help you regain access to your account or data. Apple shall bear no responsibility for your inability to access your account or data related to a failure to safeguard your physical security keys or if your physical security keys malfunction. Managed Apple IDs and child accounts are ineligible for Security Keys. L. Digital Legacy. With Digital Legacy, you can choose to add one or more contacts to access and download certain data in your account after your death. If your designated contacts provide proof of death to Apple and have the required key, they will automatically obtain access to that certain account data and activation lock will be removed from all your devices. Thus, it is your responsibility to keep your Digital Legacy contacts up to date. You can learn more about Digital Legacy at and
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