Why your digital assets should be part of your estate plan

Nov 25, 2020 | RBC Wealth Management


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The Wealthy Barber on planning for your digital assets after you’re gone.

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This video is part of a three-part estate planning series to help you plan for the details not commonly addressed among Canadians. The series is produced in collaboration between RBC Wealth Management Royal Trust and David Chilton, author of best-selling personal finance guides The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns, and former dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den. #TrustRoyalTrust

“I’ll admit I haven’t mentioned any of those assets specifically in my will. Yes, they’d be part of my estate anyway, part of the residue. But would my corporate executor even know about them?”

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