Self-Study Course Details
It is important that access to online bank accounts, Instagram pictures, eBooks or even reward miles be considered as part of the estate planning process in today’s digital world. This course discusses, in detail, why digital assets should be included in the estate planning process. It then walks you through the steps you need to consider when planning for digital assets and overviews some factors that should be considered during this process. Finally, it discusses some of the difficulties and solutions of managing digital assets due to corporate and state restrictions.
- Recognize the difficulty in accessing digital assets of a deceased person.
- Identify digital assets.
- Identify critical components of digital asset planning
- Recognize the difference between owned and leased digital assets.
- Recognize the approaches corporations and states are taking with accessing digital assets of deceased individuals.
Patricia has been in training for over 20 years and her client list includes the Indiana CPA Society, who awarded her their Outstanding Discussion Leader award. She has been a contributor to the Journal of Accountancy and has published articles in several CPA Society magazines, including Indiana, Missouri, Texas and Arizona. Patricia is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and also holds an M.B.A. from Babson College. She was a full-time MIS Lecturer in Butler University’s School of Business for six years and has taught at several of Indiana’s other universities. She also has an extensive business background in audit and financial functions.
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