Earlier this week a client shared with me an article he'd clipped out of the New York Times in the fall of 2007. Entitled Online, a Way to Say What You Wouldn't Put in a Will, the article profiles three internet companies that allow customers to store passwords and other data as well as send a letter of final instruction.
Any way a person can organize his or her affairs, especially financial passwords, is a good idea. For the tech savvy, this might be an option to learn more about. The three companies mentioned were: