Cryptocurrency And Estate Planning

Is estate planning for cryptocurrency as convoluted as buying bitcoin was in the early days? Thankfully, with a little work and some future-proofing, your cryptocurrency is easily transferred to your beneficiaries. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we will discuss cryptocurrency and estate planning, and answer the following questions: how does the IRS classify cryptocurrency?, how do you list a cryptocurrency in your will or trust?, who has access to my cryptocurrencies when I die?, and how do cryptocurrencies affect taxes?

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