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Legacy asset liquidation

Provide financial services to alleviate financial burdens for end-of-life planning and reward early planning

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Who is your idea designed for and how does it reimagine the end-of-life experience?

For people above middle age as well as anyone who wants to alleviate the financial burden as well as the materials attachment.

Often people accumulate material things over the years.  Instead of postmortem, the liquidation of material goods and assets can go toward the necessary care and expenses.  People can choose either financing through the material goods while still having them around or opt to liquidate at specific time.  By converting material goods to liquid asset/currency, one can live lighter and with less worry.  

What early, lightweight experiment might you try out in your own community to find out if the idea will meet your expectations?

People can submit whichever goods they'd like to give up with an online form. It's similar to a donation process where a service provider can come pick up the items.

What skills, input or guidance from the OpenIDEO community would be most helpful in building out or refining your idea?

There needs a centralized service to compile all the goods to clearing house such as eBay or auction house to put everything on the market.

Tell us about your work experience:

I've worked as a data scientist for some years. Currently I am an entrepreneur working on my ideas.

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Hi Franky, interesting post! Any chance you could find an image to go along with it? Images help grab attention and tell a story. You should be able to use the Edit Contribution button on the top of your post and follow the instructions to add images from there. Looking forward to seeing more of your inspiring insights on OpenIDEO.