Thursday, October 31, 2013

Doc Safe Product Review (Tomoson)

I reviewed DocSafe, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson.

About DocSafe

DocSafe is an online website, which allows people to store important documentation to access at any time. Some documents may include wills, medical records, and resumes. For me, I normally use Google Docs to store documents, in addition to having a folder for myself and each child with their important documents in it. Even though I have a system, it is still disorganized.

The website was developed by a certified public accountant and an estate planning attorney, to help with organization. 

What I like about the site is that it is organized into pre-defined sections. In the left column, you will see a list of sections, which include medical documents, children, business planning, taxes, and marriage. You also can add emergency contacts, doctor information, and insurance information. The website is simple: either you are typing in the information or you are uploading a document. 

You also can set up your profile with name, address, and date of birth. There are also two additional questions: do you own your home  and do you own a safe deposit box. The site also has a summary section, in which you can view all your entered information.  Finally,  you can add a secondary user, which can access your documentation, if needed, such as a spouse. 

The website is not free. The monthly fee is 5.95 or you can pay a yearly fee of 49.95.

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