The Michael Jackson case is an important reminder that, although valuing most assets is relatively straightforward and such wildly different valuations are not the norm, certain unique assets, including an individual’s image and likeness, are difficult to value.
Author: Thomas F. Commito, JD, LLM, CLU, ChFC, AEP (Distinghished), is director, sales concepts in Lincoln Financial Distributors’ Advanced Sales Group and is an associate editor of the Journal. He has 40 years’ experience in advanced sales, life insurance products, and life insurance marketing. Tom is an author of two books and numerous articles on tax and financial planning.
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