Event Detail

Nov12
Webinar - Finding Extra Cash in Family Heirlooms

Tuesday November 12, 2019
Nationwide USA
Webinar

An overview of the fundamentals for identifying, appraising, evaluating objects that have been collected over a lifetime. Object categories discussed include fine art, antiques, and collectibles. This webinar will show students how such objects are identified, valued, insured, liquidated and preserved for financial gain and estate valuation purposes. Major points include how objects are key to the Great Wealth Transfer, how to properly insure and protect and preserve such assets, how to prepare clients with alternative assets. Also, learn about various types of insurance coverage for specific categories of valuables in alternative asset classes, with information about how to develop a plan for retirement funding and estate planning.

Opportunity to earn professional continuing education credits or simply take this interesting webinar for personal enrichment. Estate sale sellers, online antique resellers, and thrift store shoppers will benefit as well by attending this webinar.

Possible professional credits: National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA). Verify with Wilkes University before registering if credits are desired.

Register here for the course.

Show Times: 1 pm eastern
Event Fee: $50

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