Backed By Y Combinator, Willing Makes Estate And Funeral Planning Easier

Backed By Y Combinator, Willing Makes Estate And Funeral Planning Easier

By Catherine Shu It’s hard to face the business of death when you are busy living. According to one survey, 51 percent of Americans aged 55 to 64 don’t have wills. Even if they have prepared estate documents, their adult children often have no idea where to find them. Fresh from the latest Y Combinator batch, Willing is a startup that takes on the $20.7 billion per year U.S. funeral industry by… Read More

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