Join our live TweetChat, Tuesday, October 21st – Solidifying Your Estate: Planning Your Financial Future
Estate planning is an essential component of any financial plan. A well designed estate plan can help to accumulate and conserve assets during your lifetime. It can also help shelter your family’s financial security after you’re gone.
Estate planning doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated, but it’s necessary. Co-hosted with Bankrate.com, join us Tuesday, October 21st at 2PM ET for this month’s TweetChat: Solidifying the Estate: Planning Your Financial Future. During this month’s chat, we’ll ask participants to share why it’s important to develop an estate plan, what constitutes a holistic plan, mistakes they’ve avoided, and more. Participants will have a chance to win one of two $100 Amazon gift cards.
Topic: Solidifying Your Estate: Planning Your Financial Future
This month’s TweetChat will explore safeguarding your financial future with a holistic estate plan.
How to Participate:
Use #AllyBRChat and #sweeps to take part in the chat.
Two lucky winners will each receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card.
How to Enter to Win:
RSVP by leaving a comment below with your Twitter handle and your Twitter URL to enter. You must follow @AllyBank , @Bankrate and participate in the chat using #AllyBRChat and #sweeps to be eligible to win! Two winners will be selected at random from the RSVP list. If a chosen winner RSVP’d but did not attend, a different winner will be chosen.
(Note: Winners must be U.S. residents, age 18 or older. Winners are randomly selected and announced at the end of the chat.)
For our official rules, click here.
Join our live Google Hangout, Thursday, October 23rd – Estate Planning in the Digital Age
How to Watch: Join us for our Google Hangout: Estate Planning in the Digital Age, by clicking here.
In an increasingly digital world, many of our personal and financial effects are stored online. From online bank and brokerage accounts to social network accounts and photo sharing sites – most of us have some type of digital asset. So what happens to that precious information when you’re gone? Digital assets have become an important component in estate planning. Tune in to our Google Hangout on October 23rd at 3PM ET to hear our panel discuss how you can prepare and incorporate your digital assets into your estate plan.
Our expert panelists are both drafting committee members of the Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act.
Suzanne Brown Walsh, Principal at Cummings & Lockwood , Drafting Committee Chair – Uniform Law Commission
Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Chair, Professor of Law, GWU; Drafting Committee Reporter, Uniform Law Commission