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What To Do With Old Stock Certificates

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Often many years after a family member passes away an old stock certificate is discovered and relatives may wonder whether the stock is still good. It is important to first see whether the company still exists and then determine the stock's value. Finally, one can take the necessary steps to transfer ownership of the stock.

See Christopher W. Yugo, "Estate Planning: Finding a Long Lost Stock Certificate," nwi.com (Dec. 9, 2012).

Posted by Jillian Snell, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal


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