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New Study Reveals Estate Planning Concerns of Cryptocurrency Owners

August 3, 2020

Filed under: Asset Protection — Laura Pennington @ 5:17 pm

Are you an owner of cryptocurrency? A recent study might reflect some of the feelings that you have about your investment in your funds. According to the company Coin Cover, up to 90% of cryptocurrency investors are concerned about their funds if they pass away but plenty of them have ignored the opportunity to put together an estate planning strategy.

Fewer than 25% of the same study participants indicated that they were involved in a comprehensive plan for their digital asset. Cryptocurrency is not the only type of digital asset that you might have under your name. It is important to take necessary planning steps and precautions in order to protect your interests and ensure that you have considered all aspects of your digital accounts and ownership.

Owning cryptocurrency or any form of digital asset requires you to think about how it fits into your bigger picture and whether or not you have the right estate planning strategies for it. Although things like this might seem like newer forms of assets that can easily be overlooked, they might represent substantial ownership benefits for your heirs if you plan the right way. Since there are so many specifics to this form of currency and other digital assets, make sure you have a yearly meeting set aside with your financial professional and your estate planning attorney to ensure your plans are all up to date.

Schedule a consultation with a trusted estate planning attorney to learn more about how to prepare an estate plan with digital assets such as cryptocurrency in mind.

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