Estate Planning & Coin Collecting – Have A Plan For Your Collection To Avoid Catastrophic Losses

Maybe this isn’t this best video to be making as someone who is basically a part-time coin dealer, but this is something very important to talk about. Many of the worst outcomes for people with their coins happen when their relatives or ancestors get crushed as they sort through and often liquidate the coins they inherit. Let’s go through some strategies to make sure that that does not happen. It will pay off in the long run.

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5 Comments on “Estate Planning & Coin Collecting – Have A Plan For Your Collection To Avoid Catastrophic Losses”

  1. Now my real comment. I am a member of my local coin club. I have let them know, although I have not done so yet because I am a procrastinator, that I was leaving the bulk of my collection to them so they could sell and use the proceeds to fund the club. The more high value stuff I hopefully can sell before the end and use the cash to have fun.

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