Updated Friday, September 4, 2015 as of 7:14 PM ET

Estate Planning: Don't Miss Digital Assets

When clients and their advisors undertake legacy planning, they all too often overlook a new but important aspect of modern life: digital assets.

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Comments (1)
This is an interesting topic, but having a POA or being an executor may not provide you access to an account, at least legally. There are a few federal laws, as well as the TOS of the website, which may be at odds with your wishes.
Posted by Consumer A | Wednesday, March 26 2014 at 2:12PM ET
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