Published: August, 2021
Whether it is for insurance, donation or estate settlement there is a lot to know, or take in to consideration.
"Should I have that Appraised?"
Personal property appraisals are numerical opinions of value or cost of clearly defined articles of personal property as of a particular point in time.
Personal property can be depreciable or appreciable. Depreciable property decreases in value over time such as most automobiles, typical contemporary household furnishings or electronic equipment. Appreciable property is property that generally increases in monetary value over time such as fine art, antiques and collectibles.
This online CPE course will answer many of your questions and perhaps enlighten you to those you never even thought to ask. This CPE course will also provide details for those times when you, a client or a loved one, may or may not need a formal appraisal.
Key topics covered in this online CPE webinar:
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Principal, Josh Levine Speaks