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Nov14
Finding Wealth in Heirlooms for Financial Plans

Tuesday November 14, 2017
Webinar

Take this continuing education live webinar taught by Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori. The webinar is comprised of two 2 hour sessions each titled: 

From China Cabinet to Financial and Estate Plans: Finding Wealth in Clients’ Collections

Personal Property Appraisals for Alternative Asset Classes: Finding Cash in Family Heirlooms

This is an excellent opportunity for financial advisors, insurance professionals, attorneys, accountants, and other experts in the financial services field to better understand how to identify valuable antiques for their clients. Earn 4 credit hours of continuing education for Certified Financial Planner, CFP® and others for this webinar. See more about accreditation options and who may be eligible to receive credit. Please verify with provider and your professional association.

Read a detailed course description about session 1.

Read a detailed course description about session 2.

This live webinar is open to anyone of any field or interest level. Register now or call (570) 408-5615.

Show Times: 1 pm et
Event Fee: $50

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3 Estate Sale Liquidating Tips

3 Estate Sale Liquidating Tips

Are you settling an estate? Need to sell all of Grandma's belongings for top dollar in order to pay bills or to get your inheritance? Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori reveals three estate sale tips you must know. Based on actual stories from people Dr. Lori has met over the years appraising their antiques after they've held their estate sale auction and were victims, losing money during an estate sale. If you want to make the most money selling Grandma's antiques, you have to avoid these traps set by unscrupulous estate sale folks and auctioneers.

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